Day: February 5, 2016

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Ft Greene Sr. Citizens Council Secures Funding for New Home

By David Mark Greaves At the legislative breakfast of the Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, the blessing by Reverend Charles Galbreath of the Clarendon Road Church included an appeal to the Lord and the assembled politicians for funding, an appeal that has already been answered, at least in part. Assemblyman Walter Mosley, 57th District, announced […]readmore

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Officials pushing new bills, policies, awareness for Victims of City’s

City deed rooms – and policies — may match the streets as the sites of some of the nation’s most heinous “bait and switch” crimes of theft African-American and Latino former and current property owners living in some of the “coolest” areas of Brooklyn, New York, for instance, have been the primary victims of “deed […]readmore

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Chancellor Fariña: What Business Can Do to Help Educate Children

By Akosua Albritton Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña was invited to breakfast at NYU Tandon School of Engineering on January 28, 2016 to tell local businesses what they can do for the NYC Department of Education (DOE). The invitation came from Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce President Carlo Scissura, therefore, the chancellor had the auditorium full with […]readmore