15. May 2019 - 18:30 till 20:00
Mapping Segregation on Washington, DC | Woodridge Neighborhood Library | Wednesday, 15. May 2019
Join Mara Cherkasky and Sarah Shoenfeld of Prologue DC to explore the long history of displacement, race and real estate in D.C. The legal segregation of housing, schools and public space led to disinvestment and white flight in the 1950s and 60s. Learn about the demands of black homeseekers, civil rights attorneys and fair housing advocates, and the legacy of their program is part of the People's University seminar series.