AFRO: Black Broadway On U preserves DC history on-demand
By blkbroadwayonu in Featured,Uncategorized
Washington, DC – June 1, 2016 – With gentrification rapidly changing the demographic landscape of Washington D.C.’s historic U Street corridor the history of what is known as “Black Broadway” lives in former journalist Shellee Haynesworth’s virtual time capsule in cyberspace. Haynesworth’s Black Broadway on U multi-media project tells the story of this segment of African Americana in a way that people get their information today: online.
Black Broadway On U: Preserves History On Demand by Mark F. Gray Special to the AFRO Newspaper, READ THE STORY, HERE.