ADAMS MORGAN PLAZA, WASHINGTON — “Where that McDonald's is right now,” he says pointing across the street. “That used to be a news stand where I'd buy comics as a kid.” Dumah Muhammad stands in Adams Morgan Plaza in Washington, D.C., a light drizzle misting a small crowd of supporters and press. A few people wrangle a tarp over the PA system and
Microcosms of Mayhem & Humanity: Destroying Black & Brown Lives for High-Rises in the Nation’s Capital
Amidst all the confusion, one thing is clear: the city has done a terrible job on outreach and ensuring that those who need permanent housing have access to it.