Sandee Washington | Indy Week

Sandee Washington 
Member since Feb 20, 2013

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Re: “What Do Lakewood Residents Think of Their Neighborhood's Newest High-End Restaurant?

What I found most troubling in this article is the fact that rents are going up so much in Lakewood. And if that is the case it really doesn't matter a whole lot about the diversity of restaurants that are there because the diversity of people will be gone.

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Posted by Sandee Washington on 08/31/2017 at 4:03 PM

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Gentrification has pushed people out of often below code poor housing into worse or no housing. Durham is and always has been a very bad place to be poor. You're born poor here and you die poorer. Once the homes poor people lived in finally got fixed up they got thrown out of them. Bill Bell did awful on this but it's about all of us.

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Posted by Sandee Washington on 06/14/2017 at 9:58 AM

Re: “Searching for answers about Craig Stephen Hicks

I don't think white men are not more violent now than in the past. Think lynching. Think domestic violence. Think torture. Think KKK. Think slavery. Violence is always required to maintain domination over people who are your equals.

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Posted by Sandee Washington on 02/18/2015 at 9:56 AM

Re: “Talking about The Shed, Durham's new jazz venue

I love this idea and I am going to the Shed! But have to add .... we all get busted for busking at American Tobacco ... has nothing to do with the sax.

Posted by Sandee Washington on 02/05/2015 at 9:00 AM

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