For Martin Luther King Day, we hear from an artist who makes civil rights heroes leap off the page.
In D.C.’s Petworth neighborhood, on the grounds of the Armed Forces Retirement Home, sits a cottage steeped in history. While he wasn’t the only president to stay there, it bears Lincoln’s name and it’s estimated he spent about a quarter of his presidency living there. We learn about the story behind the property, its use today and an exhibit on view now about immigration called “American by Belief.”
- Erin Carlson Mast Executive Director, President Lincoln’s Cottage
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