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It is not racism this is classic gentrification.. the author is quoting what he was told it was called.
In the online version, Kellogg wrote, “For decades Washington, D.C., was known affectionately as ‘Chocolate City’ to many black Americans, because it was predominantly African-American.” But D.C. “has quickly become one of the most expensive cities in America, and one of the only cities in the U.S. where property values continue to rise despite the economic downturn.”
Kellogg wrote that “in recent years, even areas like Anacostia -- a community that was virtually all-black and more often than not poor -- have seen dramatic increases in property values. The median sales price of a home east of the river -- for years a no-go zone for whites and many blacks -- was just under $300,000 in 2009, two to three times what it was in the mid-'90s.” After profiling one black resident who moved out, Kellogg spoke with David Garber, a “newcomer” among those who “see themselves as trailblazers fighting to preserve the integrity of historic Anacostia
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