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Donald Sewing: Trailblazer of Integration in Johnson County

Summary by Ground News
Developer J.C. Nichols expanded his influence on the Kansas residential market when he expanded development into northeast Johnson. By 1950, an estimated 96% of all subdivisions in Johnson County, KS, were under racially restrictive covenants. Donald Sewing, alongside his wife, Virginia, made history as the first Black family to integrate the new Johnson County subdivisions.

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