Check out this New York Times photojournal of still-standing vestiges of segregation and racial oppression in US history.

The one pictured above caught my eye because I’ve waited in line for concerts right next to that door many times (that’s the Moore Theater in downtown Seattle) and I had no idea it was once the “colored entrance” to this theater.


Hidden in Plain Sight: The Ghosts of Segregation

Vestiges of racism and oppression, from bricked-over segregated entrances to the forgotten sites of racial violence, still permeate much of America‚Äôs built environment.