How go-go music became part of D.C.'s fight against gentrification

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After a resident of a luxury apartment building complained about go-go music playing in the streets, Washington, D.C. locals held concerts to protest gentrification. Our Observer, local activist Ronald Moten, tells us about the community campaign to fight back against rising rents in the city.

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