If you are Black, you can’t afford not to vote on November 2nd!

If you are Black, you can’t afford not to vote and if you are Black and poor, you definitely can’t afford not to vote! But why are we talking about voting? Because there is an election on November 2nd, 2021, … Read More

If you are an eligible Black or Brown voter who chooses not to vote, like systemic racism and white supremacy, you are part of the problem!

If there were any doubts about how America felt about its Black and Brown citizens, the events that unfolded since March 2020, the beginning of the Coronavirus epidemic, has painted a clear picture of how America is still so racist … Read More

New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams to prevent budget execution during final tax warrant process

New York City Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams announced that he plans to prevent the execution of the budget during the final tax warrant process, after the City’s FY21 budget did not include an NYPD hiring freeze or a commitment … Read More

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams announces new ways New Yorkers can connect with his office

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams announced on June 28, 2020, a new way for New Yorkers to reach out for and be connected to help — the Advocate text line. By texting to 833-933-1NYC or 833-933-1692, New Yorkers can be connected … Read More

NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams delivers inaugural “State of the People” address at Alma Mata Brooklyn College

Photos: Isseu Diouf Campbell NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams delivered his inaugural “State of the People” address at his Alma Mata Brooklyn College on January 22, 2020. Before addressing the audience, Williams was sworn in by his mother Patricia Williams … Read More

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams meets with community and ethnic media

Photos: Isseu Diouf Campbell The Center for Community and Ethnic media hosted a roundtable with Public Advocate Jumaane Williams elected during a special election in February 2019 after Letitia James left the position to become NY State Attorney General. The … Read More