Sidedoor: ep. 4 | a right to the city

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In Washington, D.C., the neighborhood of Anacostia was once dismissed as the wrong side of the river. Now, it is turning into a housing hotspot as the city sees an influx of newer, wealthier residents. It’s called gentrification, and the process has become a flashpoint from Houston to Harlem and beyond. We’ll explore this longtime fight for housing through an innovative community museum that empowers local residents—kids and adults—to tell the stories of these changing neighborhoods.

Venture east of the river to the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum for more insight into the power of community. A Right to the City is on view at the Anacostia Community Museum through April 2020.

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From the Anacostia Community Museum