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Harry Jaffe: D.C. still split by race 40 years after home rule debate

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Walking some neighborhoods of Washington, D.C., you might get the wrong idea about integration and race. Sample the bars and restaurants around Logan Circle and up the 14th Street strip. You will see a colorful mix of black and white faces, Latinos and Asians. On a tour of Bloomingdale and Eckington and parts of Shaw, you might see young white families pushing strollers past rowhouses where...

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