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Mount Zion Church served Georgetown's once large African-American community (today the neighborhood is nearly 100% white outside of the university) which once offered free burials for Washington's African-American population.
Mount Zion Church served Georgetown's once large African-American community (today the neighborhood is nearly 100% white outside of the university) which once offered free burials for Washington's African-American population. The church remains in operation (with only a handful of families still in the area; most of the congregation commutes to mass), and is located at 1334 29th St NW.
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