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LAVAC History/Community Relations Committee

The Defense Supply Center Columbus Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity and the African American Employment Program commemorated Black History Month with a two-part series recognizing Hanford Village.  This year’s national theme is “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, Diversity.”

 The first part focuses on the representation of the Black Family in Hanford Village and the impact of zoning on the community.  The second part focuses on the identity and diversity within the black families in Hanford Village.  Both parts address the impact of the construction of Interstate 70. 

First part:

Second part: