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Housing Discrimination

The D.C. Office of Human Rights (OHR) will provide information on housing discrimination in D.C. and the legal right to fair housing in D.C. As the local government enforcement agency for housing discrimination, OHR will provide detailed information on how to file a free discrimination complaint with the agency and what to expect from the process.
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Housing Discrimination

The D.C. Office of Human Rights (OHR) will provide information on housing discrimination in D.C. and the legal right to fair housing in D.C. As the local government enforcement agency for housing discrimination, OHR will provide detailed information on how to file a free discrimination complaint with the agency and what to expect from the process.
OHR Logo

Housing Discrimination

The D.C. Office of Human Rights (OHR) will provide information on housing discrimination in D.C. and the legal right to fair housing in D.C. As the local government enforcement agency for housing discrimination, OHR will provide detailed information on how to file a free discrimination complaint with the agency and what to expect from the process.
Imgage of meditation in the abstractPicture of spiritual practitioner/teacher David NewcombImage of flame as a symbol of enlightenment

Meditation: A Tool to Balance Your life

2-part workshop on the inner peace/joy of Jyoti meditation, led by practitioner/teacher David Newcomb
Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer ReadingCharles Drew by Robyn Mahone-Lonesome

Neighborhood Heroes: Drew Family History

Washington, D.C.’s vibrant history was shaped by many individuals over the decades. These neighborhood heroes are part of our city’s living history. Charlene Drew Jarvis, daughter of pioneering graduate of Dunbar High School and blood researcher Dr Charles Drew, will share her family’s history and historical connections to DC.
Every Hero has a StoryDCPL Summer ReadingCharles Drew by Robyn Mahone-Lonesome

Neighborhood Heroes: Drew Family History

Washington, D.C.’s vibrant history was shaped by many individuals over the decades. These neighborhood heroes are part of our city’s living history. Charlene Drew Jarvis, daughter of pioneering graduate of Dunbar High School and blood researcher Dr Charles Drew, will share her family’s history and historical connections to DC.
Peabody Bust

Unveiling of George Peabody Bust by Georgetown Artist Jeannette Murphy

Join us for the unveiling of a new bust by Georgetown artist Jeannette Murphy of the Peabody Room's namesake, George Peabody, in honor of his recent 220th birthday!  

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