Wednesday, Sep 16 • 12:31 p.m. (ET)
What happens when a street mural featuring Marvin Gaye or Frederick Douglass, two of the city's most famous African American residents, is knocked down or covered up to make room for a shiny new apartment building? We explore D.C.'s disappearing historic murals and what they reveal about the city's changing neighborhood demographics.
Wednesday, Sep 16 • 1 p.m. (ET)
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