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Democrats, Progressives, and the Great NYC Eviction: How Gentrification Politics Betrayed Black and Latino Homeowners

By Tony Lindsay – Concerned Brooklyn Homeowner In a city that prides itself on its diversity and progressive values, something...

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A DIVERSE GROUP OF CLERICAL AND COMMUNITY LEADERS JOIN TOGETHER TO SUPPORT RACHEL FREIER FOR KINGS COUNTY SUPREME COURT JUDGE

Distributed by NYC Newswire Civil Court Judge, Rachel Freier, a candidate for nomination as Supreme Court Judge in Kings County, emphasizes...

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ENY Assemblywoman Nikki Lucas Votes Yes on Reparations Bill After Her Impassioned Speech Gets the Chairwoman to Commit on Record for the Inclusion of a Lineage-Based Study

Yesterday Assemblywoman Nikki Lucas of Brooklyn’s 60th District voted yes on the first reparations-based bill to be passed by the...

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Progressives Play Role in the Gentrification of Brooklyn As Long-Time Residents Are Displaced

OpEd by S. Wright for BrooklynBuzz.com The issue of gentrification in Brooklyn (and other urban areas) is a complex one with multiple...

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The Rise of Beverly Tatham: From Brownsville to Civil Court Judge Candidate

Content Distributed by NYC Newswire Beverly S. Tatham is a Jamaican American woman, who grew up in Brownsville, Brooklyn. She has worked...

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SOCIALIST-INSPIRED QUEEN JOHNSON TO REP. HAKEEM JEFFRIES: “I’M GOING TO UNSEAT YOU”

by Cam Wright for EastNewYork.com / Distributed by NYC Newswire In Tuesday’s congressional primary election, the voters of East New York...

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Brooklyn “Progressives” Fail in Their Attempt To Block Black Attorney from Winning Nod As Civil Court Judge

by James Clark (Contributor NYC Newswire) Politics in Brooklyn is as tough as you can get. Ask Ed King, a U.S. Veteran and attorney of 35...

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Brooklyn District Leaders Have Opportunity to Show Commitment To Diversity and Black Lives Matter in the Judicial System With Civil Court Judge Appointment

By James Clark (Community Advocate for Equity in the Judicial System) – pictured: Ed King Esq.  For the past couple of years, I have...

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EquityCoin Honors East New York Community Leaders

At the inaugural Juneteenth East NY Block Party, EquityCoin (the first digital token on the blockchain backed by affordable housing)...

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Juneteenth Block Party and Community Leadership Awards Coming to East New York

A fixture in the East New York community since 2019, Universe City NYC is redefining the importance of building a strong economy around...

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