The African American Heritage Trail, Washington, DC booklet is a comprehensive guide to 98 significant African American historic sites in the nation's capital. From Frederick Douglass's home in Old Anacostia to the Lincoln Theatre on U Street, the guide invites residents and out-of-town visitors to explore 15 distinctive neighborhoods rich in heritage and culture.
The fifth printing of the free African American Heritage Trail guide is now available at selected locations.
Martin Luther King Jr. Public Library, 901 G Street, NW, Washingtoniana Division
Founders Library, Howard University U Street Visitors Center DC Chamber of Commerce Union Station Information Center, Bus Deck