Council Member Mathieu Eugene

Council Member Mathieu Eugene NYC Council Member Mathieu Eugene proudly serves Brooklyn's 40th District (Kensington, Prospect-Lefferts, Ditmas Park, Flatbush, Crown Heights)

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I want to wish the Muslim community a happy Eid al-adha.
07/19/2021

I want to wish the Muslim community a happy Eid al-adha.

I want to wish the Muslim community a happy Eid al-adha.

I was honored to join the Metropolitan Transportation Authority - MTA, community leaders and transportation advocates fo...
07/16/2021

I was honored to join the Metropolitan Transportation Authority - MTA, community leaders and transportation advocates for the opening of the ADA Accessibility ramp at the Avenue H Q station. The completion of this project represents an important
long term investment that addresses a critical need of the community.

My statement of solidarity and unity with the Haitian people in the aftermath of last week's tragic events.
07/12/2021

My statement of solidarity and unity with the Haitian people in the aftermath of last week's tragic events.

My statement of solidarity and unity with the Haitian people in the aftermath of last week's tragic events.

I was delighted to march alongside first responders and essential workers at the #HometownHeroesNYC Parade in honor of a...
07/07/2021

I was delighted to march alongside first responders and essential workers at the #HometownHeroesNYC Parade in honor of all those whose dedication, resilience, and sacrifice saved our city during the worst phases of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This morning I was very happy to join Mayor Bill de Blasio NYC Department of Youth and Community Development Commissione...
07/06/2021

This morning I was very happy to join Mayor Bill de Blasio NYC Department of Youth and Community Development Commissioner Bill Chong alongside New York City Department of Education Chancellor Meisha Porter at Public School 6 for the launch of The Summer Rising Free Summer School Program - a tremendous investment in education that will help children ages K-8 achieve long term success.

I want to wish you and your family a very Happy 4th of July!
07/04/2021

I want to wish you and your family a very Happy 4th of July!

I want to wish you and your family a very Happy 4th of July!

My message in honor of Juneteenth and in recognition of the African-American community's ongoing journey towards equalit...
06/19/2021

My message in honor of Juneteenth and in recognition of the African-American community's ongoing journey towards equality.

My message in honor of Juneteenth and in recognition of the African-American community's ongoing journey towards equality.

I want to wish the Puerto Rican community a very happy Puerto Rican Day Parade  Celebration.
06/13/2021

I want to wish the Puerto Rican community a very happy Puerto Rican Day Parade Celebration.

I want to wish the Puerto Rican community a very happy Puerto Rican Day Parade Celebration.

On May 23rd, I was honored to be joined by Senator Chuck Schumer, State Senator Kevin Parker, and Haitian leaders outsid...
06/11/2021

On May 23rd, I was honored to be joined by Senator Chuck Schumer, State Senator Kevin Parker, and Haitian leaders outside of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church to announce the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti. Thank you to New York Daily News and BK Reader for their coverage of this very important gesture by the federal government to support the Haitian people.

My statement on the expansion of The Mentors Matter Initiative that helps provide mentoring, tutoring and social emotion...
06/11/2021

My statement on the expansion of The Mentors Matter Initiative that helps provide mentoring, tutoring and social emotional support for youth throughout the City.

My statement on the expansion of The Mentors Matter Initiative that helps provide mentoring, tutoring and social emotional support for youth throughout the City.

Today, let us pause to honor the memory of those who served in observance of Memorial Day.
05/31/2021

Today, let us pause to honor the memory of those who served in observance of Memorial Day.

Today, let us pause to honor the memory of those who served in observance of Memorial Day.

My statement on the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd.
05/25/2021

My statement on the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd.

My statement on the one year anniversary of the death of George Floyd.

I was pleased to be joined by members of the Haitian community and State Senator Kevin Parker to show our gratitude to S...
05/24/2021

I was pleased to be joined by members of the Haitian community and State Senator Kevin Parker to show our gratitude to Senator Senator Chuck Schumer for his longstanding advocacy for the Haitian people that has led to the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti.

I am honored to join Senator Charles Schumer today at 4:30pm in front of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church (2530 Church A...
05/23/2021
TPS For Haiti Press Conference

I am honored to join Senator Charles Schumer today at 4:30pm in front of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church (2530 Church Avenue) in Brooklyn on the occasion of the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti.

Be a part of this special event as the Haitian community expresses its gratitude and appreciation to Senator Schumer and The Biden Administration for their advocacy on this very important issue.
https://youtu.be/lO7LQB1HMsM

Council Member Mathieu Eugene invites you to join Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer and members of the Haitian community for a press conference to annou...

My statement on the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti. Thank you to President Joseph Biden and Senator S...
05/22/2021

My statement on the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti. Thank you to President Joseph Biden and Senator Schumer for their continued advocacy for this very important issue.

My statement on the extension of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti. Thank you to President Joseph Biden and Senator Schumer for their continued advocacy for this very important issue.

I want to wish our friends in the Jewish community a very happy and healthy Shavuot!
05/16/2021

I want to wish our friends in the Jewish community a very happy and healthy Shavuot!

I want to wish our friends in the Jewish community a very happy and healthy Shavuot!

My statement in support of New York City's efforts to send aid to India to assist with their COVID-19 response.
05/14/2021

My statement in support of New York City's efforts to send aid to India to assist with their COVID-19 response.

My statement in support of New York City's efforts to send aid to India to assist with their COVID-19 response.

My statement in support of the "Shop Your City" Challenge to support small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. For ...
05/13/2021

My statement in support of the "Shop Your City" Challenge to support small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information go to nyc.gov/supportsmallbusinesses

I was honored to be a part of NYC Health + Hospitals Woodhull's COVID-19 Anniversary Commemoration. Thank you to our har...
05/12/2021

I was honored to be a part of NYC Health + Hospitals Woodhull's COVID-19 Anniversary Commemoration. Thank you to our hardworking medical professionals who continue to dedicate themselves to protecting us from COVID-19.

I want to wish our friends in the Muslim community a very happy Eid al-Fitr.
05/12/2021

I want to wish our friends in the Muslim community a very happy Eid al-Fitr.

I want to wish our friends in the Muslim community a very happy Eid al-Fitr.

I was honored to co-name the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Caton Avenue as 'Dr Roy A. Hastick Sr. Way' in recognit...
05/09/2021

I was honored to co-name the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Caton Avenue as 'Dr Roy A. Hastick Sr. Way' in recognition of the late Caribbean business leader and founder of The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

I want to wish all of our mothers a very Happy Mother's Day!
05/09/2021

I want to wish all of our mothers a very Happy Mother's Day!

I want to wish all of our mothers a very Happy Mother's Day!

Join me tomorrow as I co-name the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Caton Avenue as 'Dr. Roy A. Hastick, Sr. Way' in h...
05/07/2021

Join me tomorrow as I co-name the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Caton Avenue as 'Dr. Roy A. Hastick, Sr. Way' in honor of the late founder of The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The ceremony will take place at 12pm at the corner of Lenox Road and Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn.

Join me tomorrow as I co-name the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Caton Avenue as 'Dr. Roy A. Hastick, Sr. Way' in honor of the late founder of The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The ceremony will take place at 12pm at the corner of Lenox Road and Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn.

I was very thankful to receive my COVID-19 vaccine shot this morning at NYC Health + Hospitals / Kings County, a wonderf...
05/04/2021

I was very thankful to receive my COVID-19 vaccine shot this morning at NYC Health + Hospitals / Kings County, a wonderful medical institution in my district. Thank you to our hardworking healthcare professionals who are dedicated to vaccinating the community. #GetVaccinatedASAP

My statement in solidarity with the people of India during the COVID-19 pandemic:
05/03/2021

My statement in solidarity with the people of India during the COVID-19 pandemic:

My statement in solidarity with the people of India during the COVID-19 pandemic:

My statement on The Lag B'Omer tragedy in Israel.
04/30/2021

My statement on The Lag B'Omer tragedy in Israel.

My statement on The Lag B'Omer tragedy in Israel.

Council Member Mathieu Eugene was honored to partner with The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to fund the...
04/28/2021

Council Member Mathieu Eugene was honored to partner with The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to fund the renovation of The Federico Narvaez Tot Lot, which was officially reopened at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Wednesday, April 28th.

In 2019, Council Member Mathieu Eugene sponsored legislation in the City Council, Intro 1631, to co-name Church Avenue a...
04/26/2021

In 2019, Council Member Mathieu Eugene sponsored legislation in the City Council, Intro 1631, to co-name Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard, in honor of the renowned Haitian philanthropist and humanitarian.

On Sunday, April 25th, Council Member Eugene, in collaboration with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter, Most Reverend Neil Edward Tiedemann D.D. Director of Diocese of Brooklyn Ministry to Caribbean and Black Catholics, Revered Monsignor Joseph P. Malagreca, Pastor of Holy Cross, Reverend Father Hilaire Belizaire, Coordinator of Ministry To Haitian Immigrants, Diocese of Brooklyn, Reverend Father Rony Mendez, Coordinator of The Brooklyn Chapter for the Cause of Pierre Toussaint, Reverend Mr. Jean J. Rameau, Catholic Charities Office of Missions, Vincentian Outreach Coordinator, Most Reverend Guy Sansaricq, D.D. Director of National Haitian Apostolate, Monsignor Alfred P. LoPinto
V.E. Vicar of Catholic Charities, hosted the Co-Naming Ceremony for Pierre Toussaint Boulevard at the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Church Avenue.

Prior to the sign unveiling, church leaders led a prayer service outside of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church, with distinguished guests including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Assembly Member David Weprin, Magalie Austin, Senior Advisor to The
Mayor and Director of Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women Business Enterprise, Kings County Civil Court Judge Dweynie Esther Paul, and Taekwondo Grandmaster YH Park, other officials, as well as a diverse group of community leaders, organizations, and religious leaders.

Today at 5pm, join Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese o...
04/25/2021

Today at 5pm, join Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter as he hosts the co-naming of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard.

The celebration will commence with a prayer service in front of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church located at 2530 Church Avenue, at 5pm, followed by a processional along Church Avenue to Flatbush Avenue, where the sign will be unveiled.

Share this historic community event with friends, family, and colleagues.

Join Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and...
04/24/2021

Join Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter as he hosts the co-naming of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard at the intersection of Church Avenue and Flatbush Avenue.

The celebration will commence with a prayer service in front of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church located at 2530 Church Avenue, at 5pm, followed by a processional along Church Avenue to Flatbush Avenue, where the sign will be unveiled.

Please RSVP to [email protected] and share this important community event with friends, family, and colleagues.

Join Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter as he hosts the co-naming of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard at the intersection of Church Avenue and Flatbush Avenue.

The celebration will commence with a prayer service in front of Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church located at 2530 Church Avenue, at 5pm, followed by a processional along Church Avenue to Flatbush Avenue, where the sign will be unveiled.

Please RSVP to [email protected] and share this important community event with friends, family, and colleagues.

Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry to Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Quee...
04/22/2021

Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with The Ministry to Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter will host the Co-Naming Ceremony of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard on Sunday, April 25th, 2021 at 5pm at the intersection of Church Avenue and Flatbush Avenue.

Kindly RSVP to [email protected] and share this important community event with friends, family, and colleagues.

On Sunday, April 25th, 2021 Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with the Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The ...
04/19/2021

On Sunday, April 25th, 2021 Council Member Mathieu Eugene in partnership with the Ministry To Haitian Immigrants of The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens and The Pierre Toussaint Brooklyn Chapter invites you to the Co-Naming of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard, to be held at 5pm at the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Church Avenue in Brooklyn.

RSVP to [email protected]. Please share this community event with friends, family, and colleagues.

Council Member Mathieu Eugene host the Co-Naming of Church Avenue as Pierre Toussaint Boulevard on Sunday, April 25th at 5pm at the intersection of Church Avenue and Flatbush Avenue. RSVP to [email protected] and share with friends, family, and colleagues.

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Need your help. Missing person friends mother picked up and no one knows where she is check page for her info 😭
Sanitary gloves are fast becoming the new plastic bags. Here are a “few” photographs from a short walk in the neighborhood today... https://www.facebook.com/548597307/posts/10157122718032308/?d=n
Please apply pressure to De Blasio to close the schools!!!
Who cleans up this mess when there done and the plates in the street and extremely annoying and stoping me from sleeping PLEASE HELP
Invitation to the community.
Good Job
Eid Mubarak sir! Nice to meet you 😊 great person 😊
Clogged sewers plague the Parade Grounds. CM Eugene brought us new exercise equipment (yea!). Can you help fix the Parade grounds? Parks Dept. is unwilling.
EMERGENCY 5 BORO SUMMIT CALL TO ACTION UPDATED This is an URGENT open call to every civic, block association, block watcher, organization, development corps, bids, clubs, fraternal, community boards, and others, chairs and president’s, and all leaders who represent their community’s best interest, throughout the 5 Boroughs. The Ozone Park Block Association is calling for every leader, president, chair, from every community, neighborhood, and town, from every Borough, across the city of NY, for a summit meeting on how to proceed, and stand together, work together, and come up with a solution to the crisis facing NYC, the homeless shelter placement, of 90 shelters, in our residential, family, communities. This is not about each shelter’s significant impact on their own community, but a summit that will discuss legal actions. Our attorney has found possible grounds and we need to discuss this going forward on how to proceed and see how many communities are willing to stand with us, in this fight, jointly. At the same time, we want to present to the city in the future, ideas and ways to discuss helping solve the problem rather than putting them in warehouses, converted buildings and making a select few people very, very, wealthy on the backs of the homeless. This will be a controlled environment. This will not be a forum about our political views, or our disgust with the mayor. Because at the end of the day most will agree on those things. This is about: 1-Being proactive to a solution that can be presented to either this administration or the next one. We are NOT anti-homeless but we are not happy with not being consulted, NOT having local Community Board input, and not helping the homeless to transition and assimilate, but to keep them suppressed and in the system. It is time for a change. 2- Deciding as a collective group of civic-minded leaders how to go forward and possible legal actions, such as class action suit. 3-How to tighten the laws on s*x offenders so they cannot be hidden in our shelters, they cannot live near schools or playgrounds. 4- How we mobilize if that is the next part of our protest. 5-Next summit in another Boro. 6-Listen to at least 1 Congress Member, 1 state Senator & Assemblyman, and 1 NYC Councilmember, to how the state and city can work together on new legislation and how we can collectively help them to move this agenda quickly, 7-adding to the Padavan Law, homeless shelters. We are asking at LEAST ONE (1) representative from every civic, organization, board, club, etc. that represents their community, neighborhood, enclaves, subdivisions, and towns, to please come to the meeting. This is NOT an open meeting to the public. This is a summit being called as an urgent emergency meeting, to a crisis that is being pushed into our residential communities. This is not about opinions but FACTS. This is for us to effect change. We have an attorney that has stepped up to represent us, we can use more if more want to work with him. The more heads the better. We will put together an advisory panel that will work with the lawyer (s) if we choose to go forward and to represent us. I will NOT lay out our plan of action here, it will be done in private, at the summit. Lawyers that want to work on this contact me. Lawyers come prepaid. Please be respectful as our Ozone Park elected officials, as well as others, who have supported us from the start will be present at the meeting. We will NOT allow for disrespect or bashing. This is strictly to discuss these things and that is it. Please be ready and prepared and let’s fight together for a better NYC. The elected officials have been invited to guide us, counsel us and see if they can create change in Albany and NYC and maybe even in Congress. They will be speaking and addressing us. You must register with the [email protected] to receive the credentials to attend. We do not want lurkers or spies coming, we do not want unwanted troublemakers, so please forward us an email with the name (s), the organization they represent, the title role, if any, an email address and a contact telephone number, all this is a must. We will process this and send you a reply back as a confirmation that you will need to print and show at the door. We are taking this very seriously. The meeting is Friday, February 8, 2019, starting around 6 PM. DESHI Center, 83-10 Rockaway BLVD Ozone Park NY 11416. We will provide pizza and bottled water, coffee and cake. Please try to block out 2 hours. This is that important and that serious. I cannot emphasize this enough. We will discuss having this summit in each of the other Boroughs and moving around the city as we are welcomed. BUT in order to change the narrative, we need to show the administration, the city council, and the elected officials we can and will mobilize our people if we are not treated with the respect we deserve. PLEASE SHARE, RESHARE, POST, REPOST, COPY AND PASTE, TO EVERY NYC GROUP you are in and every page for every community and association across the 5 Boroughs. Also send a copy to all email addresses you have of all civic, organizations, groups, clubs, and representatives of their respective community’s. Community Boards, please forward to all your local civics, organizations, associations that represent the different areas, in your board. We need to get this letter out to everyone and anyone that represents an area within the 5 Boroughs. Please feel free to forward as needed. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. And we need your help and cooperation to make this a major success. Stand on the right side of history and be proactive. “UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL" And finally please check your ego’s at the door. We are all masters at what we do, how we do it and all the accomplishments we have succeeded AT, so please this is about being proactive not about a person’s ego. You would not be invited but for your ability to be a leader, chair, activist, community board member, etc etc Sam Esposito President OZPKRBA 718-641-0405 [email protected] CC: ALL NYC Council Members ALL NYC Community Boards ALL NYC organizations, clubs, block associations, civic, bids, development corps, fraternal organizations, concerned groups ALL NYS Senator Representatives ALL NYS Assembly representatives, ALL 5 Borough Representatives, ALL NYC related media ALL NYC coalitions ALL NYC US Congress members ALL NYC leaders, activist, ALL NYC related Facebook Groups ALL NYC Related pages Congresswoman Nydia Velasquez Speaker of the NYC Council Corey Johnson Deputy Leader of the NYC Council Jimmy Van Bramer Congressman Meeks Congressman Jeffries Randy Mastro W57 st coalition.
EMERGENCY 5 BORO SUMMIT CALL TO ACTION This is an URGENT open call to every civic, block association, block watcher, organization, development corps, bids, clubs, fraternal, community boards, and others, chairs and president’s, and all leaders who represent their community’s best interest, throughout the 5 Boroughs. The Ozone Park Block Association is calling for every leader, president, chair, from every community, neighborhood, and town, from every Borough, across the city of NY, for a summit meeting on how to proceed, and stand together, work together, and come up with a solution to the crisis facing NYC, the homeless shelter placement, of 90 shelters, in our residential, family, communities. This is not about each shelter’s significant impact on their own community, but a summit that will discuss legal actions. Our attorney has found possible grounds and we need to discuss this going forward on how to proceed and see how many communities are willing to stand with us, in this fight, jointly. At the same time, we want to present to the city in the future, ideas and ways to discuss helping solve the problem rather than putting them in warehouses, converted buildings and making a select few people very, very, wealthy on the backs of the homeless. This will be a controlled environment. This will not be a forum about our political views, or our disgust with the mayor. Because at the end of the day most will agree on those things. This is about: 1-Being proactive to a solution that can be presented to either this administration or the next one. We are NOT anti-homeless but we are not happy with not being consulted, NOT having local Community Board input, and not helping the homeless to transition and assimilate, but to keep them suppressed and in the system. It is time for a change. 2- Deciding as a collective group of civic-minded leaders how to go forward and possible legal actions, such as class action suit. We are asking at LEAST ONE (1) representative from every civic, organization, board, club, etc. that represents their community, neighborhood and towns, to please come to the meeting. This is NOT an open meeting to the public. This is a summit being called as an urgent emergency meeting, to a crisis that is being pushed into our residential communities. This is not about opinions but FACTS. We have an attorney that has stepped up to represent us, we can use more if more want to work with him. The more heads the better. We will put together an advisory panel that will work with the lawyer (s) if we choose to go forward and to represent us. I will NOT lay out our plan of action here, it will be done in private, at the summit. Lawyers that want to work on this contact me. Please be respectful as our Ozone Park elected officials, as well as others, who have supported us from the start will be present at the meeting. We will NOT allow for disrespect or bashing. This is strictly to discuss 2 things and that is it. Please be ready and prepared and let’s fight together for a better NYC. The elected officials have been invited to guide us, counsel us and see if they can create change in Albany and NYC. They will be speaking and addressing us. You must register with the [email protected] to receive the credentials to attend. We do not want lurkers or spies coming, we do not want unwanted troublemakers, so please forward us an email with the name (s), the organization they represent, the title role, if any, an email address and a contact telephone number, all this is a must. We will process this and send you a reply back as a confirmation that you will need to print and show at the door. We are taking this very seriously. The meeting is Friday February 8, 2019, starting around 6 PM. DESHI Center, 83-10 Rockaway BLVD Ozone Park NY 11416. We will provide pizza and bottled water. Please try to block out 2 hours. This is that important and that serious. I cannot emphasize this enough. We will discuss having this summit in each of the other Boroughs and moving around the city as we are welcomed. BUT in order to change the narrative, we need to show the administration, the city council and the elected officials we can and will mobilize our people if we are not treated with the respect we deserve. PLEASE SHARE, RESHARE, POST, REPOST, COPY AND PASTE, TO EVERY NYC GROUP you are in and every page for every community and association across the 5 Boroughs. Also send a copy to all email addresses you have of all civic, organizations, groups, clubs, and representatives of their respective community’s. Community Boards, please forward to all your local civics, organizations, associations that represent the different areas, in your board. We need to get this letter out to everyone and anyone that represents an area within the 5 Boroughs. Please feel free to forward as needed. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. And we need your help and cooperation to make this a major success. Stand on the right side of history and be proactive. “UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL” We also have a real-time 24/7 news Facebook Group where we only allow news and no political talk or opinions. Even though it is mainly about Ozone Park a lot of shelter information is disseminated out of that group. It is the Ozone Park Block Association OZPKRBA group on facebook. Feel free to join. Sam Esposito President OZPKRBA 718-641-0405 [email protected] CC: ALL NYC Council Members ALL NYC Community Boards ALL NYC organizations, clubs, block associations, civic, bids, development corps, fraternal organizations, concerned groups ALL NYS Senator Representatives ALL NYS Assembly representatives, ALL 5 Borough Representatives, ALL NYC related media ALL NYC coalitions ALL NYC US Congress members ALL NYC leaders, activist, ALL NYC related Facebook Groups ALL NYC Related pages https://www.facebook.com/groups/2177064062320446/