February 10, 2021

NYC political candidates sue to stop campaign petitions during COVID –

Recently I joined in the fight to end petitioning in due to the covid19 pandemic. Here is an excerpt below of the article written by the Daily News on the issue. ” Petitioning in a pandemic is preposterous, say politicians who on Monday sued Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio to cancel the requirement for candidates to gather signatures to …

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January 27, 2021

I Signed A Letter To Governor Cuomo To End Petitioning Due To Covid19

I Joined almost 100 political candidates citywide including some elected officials in signing a letter to the Governor to end the petitioning process, due to covid19. The coronavirus pandemic has effected our city harshly for almost a year now. If we are to follow safety precautions it would be hard for us to social distance and collect signatures. We would …

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January 2, 2021

Happy New Year! Join Us For Our Poetry Slam

On behalf of my team and staff, I would like to wish you all a Happy and prosperous new year. For our first event in 2021 we wanted to invite you to a night of inspirational, emotional and thought provoking poetry while supporting Rob Ramos our grassroots, progressive candidate for Brooklyn Borough President. Zoom Meeting I.D – 897 1336 3407 …

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December 23, 2020

We Will Continue To Rally Against Tax Lien Sales

I have been a champion on the ground in the fight for our city to end tax lien sales. Property taxes have high interest rates for late payments, and this needs to be changed permanently. Owners of property with an assessed value of over $250,000 can pay up to to 18% on late payments –this is outrageous! There’s $13 billion …

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December 17, 2020

Rezoning Is Ethnic Cleansing

ULURP is a process that benefits developers and ignores the communities voices and needs. We must stop this transparently racist effort, NOW! #BuildABetterBrooklyn On December 16th 2020 at 12:00PM we joined in a press conference to “Save OUR City”. Community Declaration On The Future of New York – Press Conference

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