Old Meets New at High School Renovation

Ted Howard remembers the good old days and the not so good old days at Seattle’s Garfield High School.

Since opening its doors in 1923, it has always been an ethnic melting pot unlike any other in the city — a place where students learned to accept and respect individual differences. At the height of the civil rights movement, it was the only Seattle venue where Martin Luther King, Jr. chose to speak.

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