Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Bloomingdale's Bertha Holiday DC Court of Appeals challenge re: McMillan development segregated apartment entrance

From: WARD5@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WARD5@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 6:07 PM
To: Ward 5
Subject: [WARD5] Bloomingdale Bertha Holiday Court challenge McMillan development segregated apt. entrance

As a Save McMillan Supporter, just wanted to put on your radar the Court hearing next week.  Can you be there?

On Wednesday, January 24th, folks will gather at the highest court in DC, the Court of Appeals, to hear the appeals case of Bertha Holliday who is challenging Jair Lynch's 'poor door' he wants to include in one of the buildings approved by the Zoning Commission to be dropped on top of our McMillan Park. See the video here >>


We want to support Bertha in challenging the racism that is part of the overall privatization and destruction of McMillan Park, can you be there with us?

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=== MCMILLAN RACIAL SEGREGATION CASE HEARING ===
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Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Gather 8:30am; Enter Courtroom 9:00am
DC Court of Appeals, 430 E Street NW
Judiciary Square (redline)
RSVP: smac.dc@gmail.com // 202-491-3996 (bertha)
http://www.savemcmillan.org/calendar

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Please like our FB page & share, share, share with all!
fb.me/SaveMcMillan

Paz,
Chris Otten
202-810-2768

PS: Check out our Holiday 2017 recap here >>
http://www.savemcmillan.org/holidaze2017

And, if you are interested in how the Office of Planning is trying to use language to push the McMillan project through, along with blowing out the rest of the city, come to the Grassroots Planning meeting this weekend, January 20th >> https://www.facebook.com/events/391746771252522/


Daniel Goldon Wolkoff
Adams Morgan Stained Glass
1231 Randolph Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017
Tel: 202-232-8391
www.adamsmorganstainedglass.com



See this subsequent tweet from Bloomingdale resident Natalie Hopkinson:


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