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The last tenants are moving out today as the city and the developer continue their court battle.
|What||Tenants displaced from an East Liberty building and their supporters are hosting the Penn Plaza Matters Memorial March Against Gentrification. It begins at noon at corner of Penn and Centre avenues and ends at the site of the former Penn Plaza Apartments.|
|Where||Penn and Centre Avenue (East Liberty)|
|When||April 1, 2017 at 12:00 pm|
It’s the latest in a saga that began with eviction notices and has moved to lawsuits.
“We don’t have time to play anymore,” Celeste Scott said.
|What||All are welcome at this hollaback march to the Women's March on D.C., which begins in East Liberty and ends at the nearby Summit Against Racism. "This is not a sister march, we use ungendered language here and are a completely separate local effort," per its Facebook page.|
|Where||Penn Plaza Apartments at 5704 Penn Ave. (East Liberty)|
|When||January 21, 2017 at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm|
Pittsburgh’s ‘sister march’ is still on, but there’s another, intersectional option on Saturday, too
The Pittsburgh “sister march” was taken off the national event’s website, but later added back.
Pittsburgh’s Planning Commission didn’t approve this controversial project in East Liberty. Here’s why.
You may know it as the development proposal with the *second* Whole Foods.