The Place Every Body Goes

This song is dedicated to the Chateau and all the smooth, light-footed, and gracious gentlemen who took my hand and bopped me around the dance floor. Thank you for having the patience to teach a pretty young thing. I hate to see you go, but the party has to end. Thank you Mr. Coleman for […]

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Flashback Friday: DC’s Past in Gentrification and Racial Segregation. 

      The following is an excerpt is taken from the from  “In Washington, D.C., reminders of America’s dark history of segregation” – written by Pulitzer Prize award winning Opinion Writer Colbert I. King. The article was originally posted on February 26, 2016. Read the full article on The Washington Post website.  My recognition of African […]

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