black-boy-jumping.jpgEvery summer, a white Washington, D.C. bar owner brings a mix of 40 city kids to his home on the Delaware shore, to frolic in the ocean, go motor-boating and trap blue crabs — a generous impulse that has become a tradition.

The beach makes street-tough kids drop their defenses and act like children again, playing in the waves, reaching for a grown-up’s hand.

(Continue reading and see lovely photos in the Washington Post)

Photo courtesy of Sun Star 



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