Assessing the state of Africatown amid rapid Central District redevelopment

Assessing the state of Africatown amid rapid Central District redevelopment

Posted on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 – 7:34 am by Bryan Cohen

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K. Wyking Garrett speaking during the Black Wall Street event. (Image: CHS)

In the struggle to forge a neighborhood identity in the same vein as the Chinatown/International District, Africatown has come to represent a movement as much as neighborhood — a movement to create more black institutions, businesses, and influence in the the Central District.

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