Guardian photo feature: DC, 1968 riots and today
I hope to get around to writing a piece vis a vis the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. I have been thinking about this a lot in terms of "regime change rage" in 1968 and the ongoing regime change range of the last few years as another kind of anniversary of 1968.
Anyway, I came across this feature in the Guardian, "Washington DC today, and after Martin Luther King's death – in pictures."
Labels: urban history