Superblock plan rejected after civil rights leaders protest

Superblock plan rejected after civil rights leaders protest
Read’s Drug Store was site of 1955 sit-in A 0 million plan to revitalize downtown Baltimore’s West Side was rejected Thursday by a city design review panel after local civil rights and preservation leaders warned that it would demolish a key landmark in the history of America’s civil rights movement.
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