History

Sources

  • 1963-1975: Twelve Years that Shook and Shaped Washington, Anacostia Community Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
  • A National Issue: Segregation in the District of Columbia and the Civil Rights Movement at Mid-Century (2005), Wendell E. Pritchett, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Faculty Scholarship Paper. Paper 1226.
  • African American Heritage Trail, Cultural Tourism DC, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Shaw Main Streets.
  • Civil War to Civil Rights, Downtown Heritage Trail, Cultural Tourism DC, and Downtown DC Business Improvement District.
  • District of Columbia Community Health Needs Assessment Volume 1 (2014), District of Columbia Department of Health.
  • Ending Slavery in the District of Columbia, Emancipation DC, District of Columbia Government.
  • Great Places to Live, Washingtonian, April 2016.
  • Halfway to Freedom: A History of the African American People in Washington, DC, Prof. Maurice Jackson.
  • Making Connections: Best Practices and Big Ideas for Policy Development and Delivering Community Benefits East of the Anacostia River (2016), Report of the Policy Innovation Lab, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University.
  • Native Peoples of Washington, DC, National Park Service.
  • Roads to Diversity Adams Morgan Heritage Trail, Cultural Tourism DC and Columbia Heights Heritage Trail Working Group.
  • Segregation and Concentrated Poverty in the Nation’s Capital (2015), Brookings, Social Mobility Memos.