Back before Georgetown was a sea of upscale boutiques, preppy bars and multimillion-dollar houses, it was home to a thriving African American community. This 1989 documentary uses the voices of Georgetown's 20th-century residents to tell the story of the neighborhood. The screening is followed by a discussion with Robert Hall, head of the museum's education department.
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