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Photo, IPTW 2010, 23 October 2010, Isasser, Flickr, cc

Service-learning and history don't have to be exclusive. Consider the opportunities. [...] »

Photo, "Ms. Yavocka Wilson," March 11, 1997?, Anacostia Community Museum

What is community? What does it do for us, and how does it shape who we are? [...] »

Photo, U.S. Capitol, Architect of the Capitol

What do our buildings tell us about ourselves? Take a spin around this website and learn about DC's structural character. [...] »

Negative, Victory Corps. . . , Alfred T. Palmer, September-October 1942, LoC

Did you know that there is a specific law enforcement agency for firearm recovery? [...] »

Graph, "Sentences for those convicted in federal court," BJS

Everyday you read about local crime in the newspaper, but are the rates really going up? [...] »

Charts, "Educational Attainment," Bureau of Labor Statistics

Is your grandfather more likely to be working now than he would have been in 1970? [...] »

Photo, Jason Tully, a CDC laboratorian. . . , ID# 7294, 2004, James Gathany, CDC

For when those historical figures suffered conditions you don't recognize. [...] »

Glass negative, "Belle Boyd," Confederate spy, Between 1855 and 1865, LoC

You've seen spy movies, but what is the real history of U.S. intelligence operations? [...] »

Photo, My neighborhood: Wooden Airplane, April 15, 2008, maureen lunn, Flickr

The FAA regulates air safety and influences the development of civil aeronautics. [...] »

Silkscreen, Disaster Broadcast. . . , 1941-1943, Edward T. Grigware, LoC

When the weather's not on our side, FEMA's there to lend a hand. [...] »

 
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