Tag: East Harlem
May 2, 2007 — Obama Set to Score First New York Endorsement New York is Hillary Clinton’s home turf, but tomorrow Barack Obama will receive his first formal endorsement from a New York elected official, State Senator Bill Perkins, according to a knowledgeable source. Obama has been able to poach several big-money backers from his [...]
Harlem volunteers are canvassing to get out the vote in New York and in Philadelphia through tomorrow evening. Harlem 4 Obama will host two gatherings on Nov. 4th’s election night. The first, 6pm at H4O’s Harlem headquarters, 2479 Frederick Douglass Blvd. between 132nd and 133rd. A march will follow from headquarters to the Apollo around [...]
Defaced Charlie Rangel Poster ***** A couple of days ago we put up pictures of posters that one of our readers sent in. At the time I thought it was just the two of them and that it was an isolated incident. Since then, I have received messages that say posters all over Harlem were [...]
Back in July I received an e-mail from someone named Francine Brown. The subject heading was “Chance for Choice”. The e-mail said: I would like to announce that Craig Schley is taking a big leap, to enter the ring as a contender for the Congressional seat of Charles Rangel.Â This is an extension of the [...]
Directions: Take 1 train to 125th Street and walk West to 12th Avenue…make right on 12th Avenue and walk north to 135th Street. Body is 1 block north of Fairway, Hudson River CafÃ© and Dinosaur BBQ
Craig Schley with Supporters *****
A sign supporting Senator Barack Obama on Primary Day in Harlem. Some districts reported that no one had voted for him. ********** Unofficial Tallies in City Understated Obama Vote Black voters are heavily represented in the 94th Election District in Harlem’s 70th Assembly District. Yet according to the unofficial results from the New York Democratic [...]
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After passing several Spanish food restaurants, a bakery or two, a brand spanking-new diner one may not recognize, you continue on your trek up Lexington Avenue. Your destination is a neighborhood staple called La Fonda Boricua. As someone more familiar with the westside of Harlem than the east, I learned about La Fonda Boricua, again, [...]
Dear Obama Supporter: What a pleasure it was meeting some of you for the first time last weekend at the Grand Opening of the Harlem4Obama (H4O) Campaign Office located at 2479 Frederick Douglass Boulevard at 133rd Street. This grassroots organization is possible and successful because of people like you who generously volunteer your time. We [...]
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer Is it sinister racism or a misunderstanding of markets that shapes food policy in the city’s poor neighborhoods? The Harlem Food & Fitness Consortium was looking for answers on Wednesday. Yesterday evening the group held a town hall forum to discuss the dearth of supermarkets in Harlem and other communities [...]
The Harlem Food and Fitness Consortium (HFFC), which includes WE ACT for Environmental Justice, a leading advocate for environmental justice for two decades, and numerous other community groups, is sponsoring a Town Hall meeting on the need for more and better supermarkets in Harlem – particularly East and Central Harlem. The Town Hall meeting will [...]
Harlem 4 Obama is currently recruiting volunteers for several trips to Delaware County, Pennsylvania to campaign for Barack Obama.
Stop by the Harlem 4 Obama office Saturday Morning to help make signs for the African American Day Parade on Sunday
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