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Raising of this United States: Wounded Places assessment & Community Conversation

February 17th, 2016

Raising of The United States: Wounded areas Screening & Community Conversation
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The Raising associated with united states: The Wounded Places Documentary Screening and Community Conversation March 3, 2016  6:00 pm – Refreshments served 6:30 pm – assessment begins secured Shores –The DC Children’s Advocacy Center 429 O Street NW Washington, DC 20001 Join united states for an observing of Ca Newsreel’s The Raising of this united states: Wounded places event. From the producers of Unnatural Factors: Is Inequality Making usa Sick? , The Raising of America : Wounded Places event chronicles the stories of youths shook by assault and adversity and asks maybe not “What’s incorrect with you?” but “just exactly what happened to you?” The evaluating will more than likely become accompanied by a residential region conversation moderated by WUSA*9 reporter Delia Goncalves. Panelists:  Angelica Clark Brown, LICSW, CCTP, Caregiver and Family expert, secure Shores – The DC Children’s Advocacy Center Mark Hecker MSW, Ed.M., Executive Director, get included Donna Jackson Nakazawa, writer, Childhood  Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How you can Heal Demetrice Lester and James B. Peters III, Youth Workers, teenage Women’s venture   made available from guaranteed Shores – The DC Children's Advocacy Center together with: DC Action for young ones, DC Campaign to end teenage maternity, DC Promise town Initiative, Girl Scout Council connected with Nation’s Capital, Greater Washington Board of Trade, Leadership better Washington, Mary’s Center, go Incorporated, younger Women’s venture Refreshments sponsored by-corner Bakery Cafe. 

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People and Places

February 18th, 2015

People and Places
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Washington, United States

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Q&A: Best places in Washington DC?

June 5th, 2014

Question by Potter for Ever: Best places in Washington DC?
Hi! Me, my family and friends are going to Washington DC for April Vacation and can you tell us your favorite places in Washington? Thanks!

We already have:

The National Zoo,

The Smithsonian,

The National Museum of American History,

Kennedy Center,

The Three houses of Government,

6 Flags America,

Hiking at great Falls Park,


National Air Space Museum,

Bureau of Engraving &Printing

Washington Monument (Is there a mall in here?)

Thank you! (We cannot go to the White house because the registration is for at least 30 days and our spring Break already ends at that time!)
Also appropriate places for kids 10-13!

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Answer by ms bell
You’ve listed most of my favorites. I will add the Lincoln Memorial, State Capitol Building, WWII Memorial, and Ford’s Theatre.

The National Zoo is fantastic. One of the best zoos in the country. You’ll also enjoy Falls Park. Very scenic and relaxing. The view from the observation deck of the Washington Monument is breathtaking. (I hope you get to see it from above if you’re flying to Reagan International Airport. I saw it flying from Chicago and the view was spectacular.)

If you have time, make sure to tour the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. It is well worth it. Very interesting.

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Places to visit in Washington, DC?

May 12th, 2014

Question by dixon022000: Places to visit in Washington, DC?
Would like to know the best way to visit and what is really worth seeing in Washington, DC.

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Answer by zeromccormick
Well living in D.C. I would reccomend the National Air And Space Museum. The have a lot of projects and entertainment for kids and cool holograms for adults. You can see real airplanes suspended and tour inside the old space shuttles. They also have a section where you see expirements in progress.

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Places to see in Washington DC?

April 30th, 2014

Question by emalriv: Places to see in Washington DC?
I will be vsiting Washington DC July 27 through August 1, 2012

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Answer by YemenTube
I would recommend all museums and memorials in the national mall:

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places to go in washington state?

April 21st, 2014

Question by Candi_91: places to go in washington state?
I need to know any good places to drive to in washington state. I dont mean places to camp but places to go to shopping or something. Also something near the ocean.

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Answer by Queen Bee
Places near Seattle. Theres this awesome mall. The place is called North Bend

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What are the best places to travel to in the US? Why?

January 13th, 2014

Question by : What are the best places to travel to in the US? Why?
Out of all the states, which is the best to travel to? This is both money wise and entertaining wise. My family and I want to go somewhere for a short trip. We have been to Washington D.C and live in Texas so both those places are out.

Thanks in advanced!

Best answer:

Answer by Joe C
Concentrate on California. There is so much to see in the state from the beaches to the mountains to the deserts. Lots of amusement parks, attractions, National Parks, and places to see before you die. You can spend many years here and not see everything.

San Diego is one of the nicest cities in the country. It’s a major tourist destination and there are tons of things to do. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, countless parks and gardens, major league sports, dozens of golf courses, world class museums, Tony Award winning theater, great cuisine, best weather in the country, high tech industry, major universities, and the best zoo in the world, it’s my choice as THE place to live and play in the USA.

Some must see attractions are the world famous Zoo, Sea World, and Balboa Park. Known as the “Smithsonian of the West” Balboa Park is the largest urban cultural park in the country. You can get a park passport which allows you entry to a dozen museums as well as the zoo.

Other attractions in the park are the Air and Space Museum, Ruben H. Fleet Science Center and IMAX theater, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Man, the Automotive Museum, the Old Globe Theatre, the Hall of Champions, the Botanical Gardens, and the largest outdoor pipe organ in the world (free concerts on Sunday).

La Jolla offers great views, great surfing, great food, great theater, and great shopping.
Check out the surfers at historic Windansea Beach. At low tide you can walk out onto the tide pools. Walk along the Cove and check out the caves. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art. Take a stroll on Prospect St and check out the shops, galleries, and have some authentic Mexican food at Alfonso’s. Then head to the Birch Aquarium at The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. It has a spectacular view of the bluffs over the Pacific Ocean. The Tony award winning La Jolla Playhouse is located nearby on the campus of UCSD. For a few laughs at night, The Comedy Store is on Pearl St.

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What are some cool places to see in Washington D.C. other than the very famous national monuments?

May 27th, 2013

Question by Kate L: What are some cool places to see in Washington D.C. other than the very famous national monuments?
We’ve seen the popular monuments (Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, White House, Smithsonians)… But is there anything else, that’s interesting to see?

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Answer by ECS
The Mall which is the center of DC, which has a lot of stores. Also there the Smithsonian and the White House. There the Kennedy Center (performing arts), bike riding, hiking, Georgetown, and MT Vernon.

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What are some must see places in different states and provinces?

April 18th, 2013

Question by Bob Jones: What are some must see places in different states and provinces?
I am planing a trip with some friends around North America, starting and ending in Toronto, ON. What would be ideal things to see in each state/city that we pass through? We will only have one month.
These are the places we will go through in order:
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Regina, Saskatchewan
Calgary, Alberta
Jasper, Alberta
Whistler, British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Los angeles, California
La Habra Heights, CA
Phoenix, Arizona
New Mexico
Lynchburg, Tennessee
Jacksonville, Florida
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
North Carolina
New Jersey
Rhode Island
Montreal, Quebec
and back to Toronto

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Answer by mstess
That’s quite the itinerary you’ve got. However, I personally don’t think a month will be long enough to see all those places. It’s 4500 km’s just from Toronto to Vancouver. All you’d be doing was driving. You wouldn’t have a chance to stop and see anything.

A couple of years ago we flew to Toronto and rented a car. We spent a couple of days in Ontario, a couple of days in Quebec, and then saw the Maritimes. We drove back though the northern states. We did it in 17 days, and put about 6000 km’s on the car. I felt it was way too rushed. We hardly got to see anything, as we were always driving.

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Q&A: what are the best places to park when touring washington dc. for the memorials, monuments,etc,,,?

March 14th, 2013

Question by SexyArmyWife: what are the best places to park when touring washington dc. for the memorials, monuments,etc,,,?
we are going up tomorrow, will be traveling 95N. into dc. could you please give us some websites, and if you live there, also some local tips on were to eat. thanks. we want to see the white house, washington monument, lincoln monument, and veitnam memorial. thanks

Best answer:

Answer by VeggieTart
I really don’t recommend driving in Washington, DC, as a lot of the places you want to go to have very little parking. Find a station outside the city and Metro in.

1) Unless you contacted your Congressperson, you’re not going to be able to tour the White House. And even if you do contact him/her, it’s not guaranteed you’ll get in. If you do, the closest stop is McPherson Square on the Orange and Blue lines. The White House exit will be indicated on the signage.

2) The Washington Monument is in the middle of the National Mall. There is almost no parking nearby. The closest Metro stop is Smithsonian on the Orange and Blue lines, Mall entrance.

3) The Vietnam Memorial and Lincoln Memorial don’t have much parking nearby. It’s about half a mile south of the Foggy Bottom Metro station on the Orange and Blue lines. You’ll see a hospital entrance on your left as you come up the escalator. Turn right to head to the Lincoln and Vietnam Memorials. (

There aren’t a whole lot of dining options near the monuments, but Foggy Bottom is about a 15- to 20-minute walk into Georgetown, which has tons of restaurants. Walk up to Washington Circle and walk along Pennsylvania Avenue, which turns into M Street, to get to Georgetown.

There’s no easy Metro access, but Adams Morgan (the closest Metro is the Woodley Park station on the Red Line) has numerous restaurants along 18th Street NW.

Another good place for dining is the U Street corridor between 16th and 12th streets NW (U Street station on the Green Line).

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