Audio: CFSA Hotline Call
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Audio: CFSA Hotline Call

Booker T. Washington Public Charter School for Technical Arts social worker Kathy Lopes called the District's Child and Family Services Agency's hotline on April 27, 2007, in an attempt to get the city to investigate the home of Bonita Jacks. Audio Courtesy: Office of D.C. Mayor Adrian FentyAudio: 311 Phone Call

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