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Sen. Schumer, Rep. Yvette Clark join fight to make Jackie Robinson’s home in East Flatbush a landmark

Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Yvette Clark are

Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Yvette Clark are asking the New York City Landmarks Preservation Committee to reconsider their denial of landmark status to Jackie Robinson’s former home in East Flatbush. (Credit: News 12)

Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Yvette Clark are asking the New York City Landmarks Preservation Committee to reconsider their denial of landmark status to Jackie Robinson’s former home in East Flatbush.

Councilman Jumanee Williams has been advocating for the city to designate Robinson’s home on Tilden Avenue as a city landmark since it was denied last year. Supporters of the cause rallied outside...

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