The John Philip Sousa Middle School, formerly the John Philip Sousa Junior High School, is a public school located at 3650 Ely Place in SE area of Washington, D.C. Located in the city’s Fort Dupont neighborhood, it serves grades 6-8. Its school building, built in 1950, was the scene of civil rights action not long after its construction. Twelve black students were denied admission to all-white school. This action was eventually overturned in the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision in Bolling v. Sharpe, which made segregated public schools illegal in the District of Columbia. The defeat of the legal doctrine “separate but equal” marked an early victory in the modern Civil Rights Movement. The school was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001 for its role in this action.–Wikipedia
I can’t remember the organizing principle for the people on the wall, photo is from October 2016.
Currently, the exhibit is Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again
Nov 12, 2018–Mar 31, 2019
The Whitney is offering free admission to furloughed Federal employees with appropriate ID.
I have recently returned from a 25 hour drive with Matilda. This is how she passes the time.