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Power to The People? How Charles and Inez Barron’s Seat Switching is a Dangerous Political Legacy Game for the Community of East New York

by Chanell Turner One of the most fundamental and foundational aspects of state and local government is democracy and the “changing...

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Voters Get 20% Discount at Fusion East Restaurant Now Through Election Day

Early Voting in New York City has hit historical highs, with everyone doing their part to get Trump out of the White House. Fusion East...

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Find Your Poll Site for Early Voting in East New York and Brownsville Plus Dates and Times

Early Voting begins Saturday October 24, 2020 and ends November 1, 2020.  Election Day Voting is Tuesday November 3.  Below are the...

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Press Release: Women’s Group 21 in ’21 Endorse Nikki Lucas of Brooklyn’s 42nd District for 2021 New York City Council

Brooklyn, New York (October 20, 2020) – Today it was announced that the women’s membership group, 21 in ’21, has officially...

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UFT and NYC Teachers Score Victory With $900 million Back Pay Decision  

An almost decade-long battle has seemingly come to an end. On October 9, 2020, an independent arbitrator ruled that New York City has to...

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10 Story Building Opens in East New York As Part of the Massive ReZoning

It was recently announced that the Linwood Park Apartments, a new affordable rental building in Brooklyn’s East New York neighborhood,...

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Dreyfus Health Policy and Research Center Announces the Launch of the ‘Rise Up East New York’ Campaign to Address Rising Chronic Illness Rates

Photo from Brookdale Medical Center Safety Fair FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, Dreyfus Health Policy and Research Center announced the launch...

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Antonio Reynoso Picks Up Important Endorsements From Jumaane Williams and Julia Salazar For His Brooklyn Boro President Run

Antonio Reynoso, the Councilman from Brooklyn picked up a couple of very important endorsements this week. Public Advocate Jumaane Williams...

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Key NYC Department of Education Personnel Exits Rattle COVID-19 Reopening Plans

photo: Tweed Building NYC DOE Headquarters Since June, Mayor Bill de Blasio has had to deal with the exits of several key Department of...

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NYC Mayoral Candidate Scott Stringer Promises Police Reform and Taxing Wealthy As Part of His Platform

On Tuesday, September 8, 2020, NYC comptroller Scott Stinger announced his intent to run for mayor to succeed Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2022....

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