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Washington, DC's U Street Tour

Washington, DC's U Street was dubbed "Black Broadway" in the 1950s for its numerous theaters and nightclubs frequented by jazz musicians. Today the area continues a tradition of arts and music.

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True Reformer Building, built in 1902 by John Anderson Lankford, DC's first registered black architect. The building now sports a mural of Duke Ellington, and was the former location of the African American Civil War Museum.

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