DATABASE: Fenty's Ward projects

In a city where the geographic lines of Rock Creek Park and the Anacostia River have historically defined racial and class divisions, some critics of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty have long branded the mayor as favoring white neighborhoods at the expense of black communities.

But a Washington Post analysis of city data on school construction, parks and recreation projects, and funding for new libraries and schools over the past three years shows that the reality is more complex.

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