West Slope Neighborhood Coalition co-chair Dean Wilson, left, says the group is organizing homeowners in the Narrowmoor subdivision to jointly submit documents to modify racist language in their property records dating to the 1940s. Doing so is now possible under a new state law. Wilson is shown here looking out at the neighborhood with fellow homeowners Nancy and Mike Fleming.
West Slope Neighborhood Coalition co-chair Dean Wilson, left, says the group is organizing homeowners in the Narrowmoor subdivision to jointly submit documents to modify racist language in their property records dating to the 1940s. Doing so is now possible under a new state law. Wilson is shown here looking out at the neighborhood with fellow homeowners Nancy and Mike Fleming. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2015
West Slope Neighborhood Coalition co-chair Dean Wilson, left, says the group is organizing homeowners in the Narrowmoor subdivision to jointly submit documents to modify racist language in their property records dating to the 1940s. Doing so is now possible under a new state law. Wilson is shown here looking out at the neighborhood with fellow homeowners Nancy and Mike Fleming. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2015