By Celestino Zapata & Josh Gibson
Americans, especially Washingtonians, are very proud of our nation’s capital, particularly the city’s neighborhoods. Adams Morgan is one neighborhood that boasts the best of what America has to offer: thriving, multilayered diversity with a rich international flavor. Soon after the ruling of Brown vs. Board of Education in 1954, the John Q. Adams School, a white school, combined with the Thomas P. Morgan School, a black school, to create the diversity we know and cherish today.
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Member price: $$19.80
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