There are a myriad of historical sites in Washington, D.C., dedicated to celebrating and preserving African-American history. In honor of Black History Month, Curbed DC has compiled a list of residences formerly owned by significant African-American civil rights leaders, writers, and musicians. Many of these homes have been designated National Historic Sites.
If there were any residences left off, be sure to let Curbed DC know in the comments or email the tipline.
Note: The mapped locations have been ordered geographically, from the most north to the most south.Read More