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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Historic Preservation in DC - Not Antitrust Specific but please vote

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

I want to bring to the attention of the readers the Historic Synagogue at 6th & I in downtown Washington, DC. (www.sixthandi.org). This is an historic building, for fifty years the home of Adas Israel, then for fifty an African American church, and now once again a synagogue but a special post-denominational one that has become a great cultural center. Sixth and I is one of 24 historic sites competing for $100,000 in restoration funds from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Voting goes on until May 10. Sixth and I is neck and neck with the National Cathedral and Mount Vernon, which of course have national constituencies (and therefore larger donor bases).

I want to encourage antitrust friends to vote at https://www.preservedmv.com/getinvolved or follow the QR code to vote for Sixth and I.  The money would go to preserve the building's historic glass windows.  Go to the synagogue web site here for more details.

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