Elected officials in New York have reintroduced legislation for the creation of the African Burial Ground International Memorial Museum and Education Center.
Adriano Espaillat Claims House Primary Victory, A Mark Of Swift Change In Harlem’s Black Political History
A win for Espaillat would set him up to become the first Dominican-American elected to Congress – if he wins the general election in November.
Harlem politician Charlie Rangel is the third-longest currently serving member of the House of Representatives. He’s held the same position since 1971. Many wonder when he’ll bow out and hang up his suit, but apparently that won’t be happening any time soon. According to the Daily News, Rep. Rangel is going to run for his […]
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