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Exhibit captures history, vibrancy of Poindexter Village Updated Feb 10, 2018 at

There are 1 comment on the The Columbus Dispatch story from Feb 10, 2018, titled Exhibit captures history, vibrancy of Poindexter Village Updated Feb 10, 2018 at. In it, The Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Ira Hartway, 78, was a baby in 1940 but says he can remember his living room full of people and his mother lifting him up to see the excitement outside the window of their Near East Side home. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was there for the opening of Poindexter Village, one of Ohio's first public housing developments and home for many African-Americans in Columbus.

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They cannot kill a Spook

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#1 Feb 11, 2018
Even in 1940 the Democrat wanted to round up blacks and keep them dependant on the government

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