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Sep 28th, 2017 | By

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How segregation shaped DC’s northernmost ward

Sep 23rd, 2017 | By

DC’s Ward 4 is today home to numerous racially diverse neighborhoods–including Petworth, Brightwood, Takoma and Shepherd Park–despite the area’s history of segregation. When this part of the city was first developed, much of its housing was legally required to be occupied solely by white residents. Prologue DC’s online public history project “Mapping Segregation in Washington
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Sep 23rd, 2017 | By

I want to give you a gift, 4 FREE Life Changing Reports in exchange for 30 seconds of your time. No strings attached- just my gift to you for being a Clarified Health subscriber. I’m conducting a survey so that I can better serve my subscribers- I really want to know what’s most important to
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Why do you hate me? A brown woman talks to a former white nationalist

Aug 19th, 2017 | By

New York (CNN)Everybody’s writing about white nationalists. But nobody’s asking them the things I really want to know, as a woman of color and a mom of two kids. I reached out to Arno Michaelis, a former activist in the white power movement, to better understand how their world might affect mine. He is the author
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D.C. cultural activist fights to preserve black art, history in gentrifying Southeast

Aug 19th, 2017 | By
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Vernard Gray seethes with frustration every time he hears people talk about certain historic D.C. neighborhoods as “up and coming,” as if to completely overwrite the history of longtime residents who have called the places home for decades. That is why Gray, 76, a D.C. native, artist, curator and longtime cultural activist in the local
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