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"It is that history, that contribution - in the years when no one else cared about Logan or Mid-City or Shaw or other neighborhoods - that 'entitles' these institutions to expect a certain respect and a little leeway on the one day of the week they are most busy."

If those institutions had not existed would those neighborhoods not have revived when demand and metro stations appeared?

Is DC not Detroit because it had active stalwart churches? Did Detroit not have such churches? Or is it because DC has a superior employment engine?

by ReligionNerd on Dec 5, 2012 5:34 pm • linkreport

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