Fifty years after King was assassinated, we review King's lesser known legacy and how it is used against activists today.
Guest Host: Frank Stasio
The Whitehurst Freeway. Sidwell Friends School. The Anacostia Metro stop. The MCI Arena. The Georgetown Incinerator. What do these places have in common? Urban archeology, that’s what. A look at the history of DC – through the remnants and artifacts found on-site during construction and renovation projects.
- Nancy Kassner Archaeologist, in the DC Office of Planning, Historic Preservation Office
- Richard Dent Associate Professor of Anthropology, American University
- Charlie LeeDecker Principal archaeologist, The Louis Berger Group, Inc.
- Dave Woods Environmental science teacher, Sidwell Friends School
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