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Last month, the leaders of local anti-hate crime initiative Gays and Lesbians Opposed to Violence (GLOV) called out Adrian Fenty for snubbing their request for a meeting about what they’ve characterized as acts of violence against D.C.’s gay community. This week, GLOV co-chair Chris Farris announced, and Metro Weekly reported, that Fenty will, in fact, meet with the group. D.C. police chief Cathy Lanier will also be in attendance at the meeting, scheduled for January 16. D.C. brass will meet with Farris and fellow GLOV co-chair Todd Metrokin.