Fenty orders flags lowered for Height
Mayor Adrian M. Fenty is honoring Dorothy Height with a with a proclamation and lowering the flag.
Here's his statement:
"To honor Dr. Dorothy I. Height, I hereby declare today, April 20, 2010, "Dr. Dorothy I. Height Day" in the District of Columbia. I have also ordered that the flags of the District of Columbia shall be flown at half-staff today (Tuesday, April 20) and tomorrow (Wednesday, April 21) to honor her memory."
-- Nikita Stewart
Washington Post Editors
April 20, 2010; 12:59 PM ET
Categories: City Life , Nikita Stewart , Voting Rights | Tags: Adrian Fenty, African American, Dorothy Height, Martin Luther King, Mayor, Washington DC
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