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NYS Conference of Black Senators Unveiled their 2010 Signature Agenda

ALBANY-NY   Yesterday, the NYS Conference of Black Senators (CBS) unveiled their 2010 Signature Agenda issues and expressed their concerns regarding these particular bills not being brought to the Senate floor for a vote. Members of CBS truly believe that African American Communities have suffered long enough within the areas of Economic Development, Education, Health, Housing, Environment, Crime, Racism and Discrimination. Last year, the Conference of Black Senators was very successful with pushing for the passage of the Green Collar Jobs legislation. This year the Conference is hoping to once again bring forth another victory to the African American Communities with passage of the following bills:

May 26, 2010

Conference Call: New York State Conference of Black Senators Unveil their Signature Agenda Issues

Media Advisory

Contact Person (s): Tunisha Walker, Executive Director (518) 455-2049                 Jessica Dillard, Assistant (518) 455-2050

The New York State Conference of Black Senators (CBS) will be unveiling their 2010 Signature Agenda Issues that they would like to see passed before the end of this legislative session.  They will discuss the following bills: MWBE Article 15A, MWBE Disparity Study, Contracts Bill, MTA Small Business Mentoring Program, Parental Rights, Youth Suicide Prevention, Voter Suppression Bill, Campaign Finance Reform, Global Warming Pollution Control, Lead Poisoning Prevention, Toxic Prevention of Manufactured Products, Hospital Closure Planning Act, Medicaid Coverage for Extended Stay, HIV Written Consent Form, Vacancy Decontrol, Mitchell-lama, Alternatives to Residential Placement, Alternative Detention Program, Child Victims, Funeral Procession, Police Officer Abuse, Police Officer Training Program and Marvin’s Law. 

May 24, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The New York State Conference of Black Senators mourns the loss Of a great leader Dr. Dorothy I. Height “The Godmother of the Civil Rights Movement”

On Tuesday, April 20th, 2010, the nation lost one its greatest civil rights leaders, Dr. Dorothy Height who passed away at the age of 98. Dr. Height dedicated her life to the struggles of equality and human rights for all people. She was a key figure throughout the Civil Rights Movement, along with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Whitney H. Young, A. Philip Randolph, James Farmer, Roy Wilkins and John Lewis. She was the female team leader in the Civil Rights Leadership At the 1963 March on Washington, Dr.

April 28, 2010

Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson Joins with the Bronx AmeriCaribbean Chamber of Commerce and the Haitian Congregation of the Good Samaritan Church to Host a Townhall Meeting

As the Chairwoman of the Haiti Assistance and Relief Taskforce – H.A.R.T., Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson is sponsoring this town hall meeting to:

February 2, 2010
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