On every Harlem corner: big money and bulldozers threaten black history

In a personal essay, a historian considers an existential threat to the New York neighborhood he calls home

In New York in 1975, Jacqueline Kennedy was worried about a plan to destroy Grand Central Terminal.

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Source: The Guardian
On every Harlem corner: big money and bulldozers threaten black history