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Local restaurant chain Busboys and Poets will soon open in Anacostia, which suffers from a dearth of dining and shopping options– but some within the community are decrying the opening as gentrification. Despite the restaurant’s plans to bring entertainment, jobs, healthy food options, and a culinary training facility to the area, they oppose the restaurant because its owner doesn’t call Anacostia home. Kojo moderates a conversation about the fine, blurry line between positive economic development and displacement.
- Andy Shallal Owner, Busboys and Poets; Chair, District of Columbia Workforce Investment Council
- Schyla Pondexter-Moore Housing Activist; Contributor "Anacostia Unmapped"
- Alexander Mosby Owner, The District Culture
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