By Madeline Bishop, Student Fellow

At 10 a.m. on June 22, 2017, the Georgetown Public Hospital Psychiatric Ward was bustling. Inside, people waited on wooden benches lined up like church pews, fanning themselves from the heavy air and stifling violent, gurgling coughs. Every now and then, the clerical staff called out from behind their metal grates, breaching the low hum of conversation.

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