African-Americans Gather at National Zoo for Easter Monday
While the White House held the more exclusive Easter Egg Roll on Monday, there was another celebration rolling on across town. African-American families gathered at the National Zoo for Easter Monday festivities, a tradition for the Black community in D.C. since 1891.
(Photo: Craig Bisacre/The Washington Times /Landov)
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