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"Separate But Equal" was the law of the land at the turn of the twentieth century, when basketball was first introduced to D.C. Physical educator Edwin B. Henderson introduced the game to city youth at the same time another reformer Julius Rosenwald was helping to build a Y in DC. These were the predecessors to Jabbo Kenner who helped out a very young John Thompson, Jr. This program is on February 20 at 6 p.m. at the Historical Society of Washington. It will be over before the beginning of the Seton Hall game and near a game watch.

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