Senator Adams was a panelist at the Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church Men's Ministries First Annual Leadership Summit, where the theme was "The Role of Men in Society: Why More Men Need to Step Up and Lead."
Senator Adams was a panelist for the Trinity Baptist Church GEMS Youth Convocation Summit, where the theme was "Do You Feel Me?" It was a discussion of various topics important to youth such as stereotypes, communication issues, fears and pressures and violation of rights (ex: stop and frisk policy) Senator Adams is joined by the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church, Pastor Glenmore Bembry.
Senator Adams joined parents and students at P.S. 138 at 760 Prospect Place to rally against the proposed co-location of Success Academy in their school. Although Senator Adams supports charter schools, he is opposed to forced “co-location” of charter schools within public school buildings.
Senator Adams joined 10,000 Hasidic community members to celebrate the joyous wedding of Rabbi Zalman Teitelbaum's grandson, Chaim Hersch Rosenberger and Classoner Rav Scher in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The celebration for the wedding took place at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Senator Adams attended the Historic Mayor's Ball in Long Island where three African American Mayors were honored: the Hon. Wayne J. Hall (village of Hempsted), the Hon. Andrew Hardwick (Village of Freeport), and the Hon. Geoffrey Prime (Village of South Floral Park).
Senator Adams attended the dedication of the television broadcast studio built by New York WEB Center at Medgar Evers College Preparatory School. This state of the art, HD studio will serve Medgar high school students during school hours, and will be available to students and community after school as well.
Senator Adams joined District Attorney Charles Hynes, EMS workers and legislators to announce a bill that will increase the charges for any person that assaults an EMS worker during their course of duty.
Senator Eric Adams joined TWU Local 100 in calling on the MTA to expedite the Installation of Bus Partitions
Brooklyn, NY—Senator Eric Adams joined TWU Local 100 leadership in a press conference in front of Jackie Gleason Bus Depot located in Sunset Park.
“It is unacceptable that as of October 16th, there have only been 679 partitions installed out of the MTA’s 7,000-bus fleet,” said TWU Local 100 President John Samuelsen. “The MTA is responsible for providing a safe work environment for our members, who are subject to physical assaults, spitting, menacing, harassment, and more as they carry out their duty to the riding public.”