AZ Daily Star: Once-segregated Dunbar school seen as a hub for black Tucson's community

The Dunbar School was Tucson’s only segregated school for more than 30 years. Desegregated in 1951 with a name change, it closed for good in 1978 and has stood largely unoccupied for decades.

To help mark its centennial and plan for its future, Debi Chess Mabie will spend the next two years working as part of a coalition that hopes to turn the forgotten campus into a thriving community hub that preserves and celebrates the city’s black history.

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