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.”
Ms. Ali George of Ali’s All Star Day Care Center, along with Senator Adams hosted an appreciation dinner to recognize and commend individuals in the 20th district who have been working to make our communities a better place for us all.
Senator Adams attended the grand opening of Art Show: LANDSCAPES, Near and Far reception in the district. For the month of October this boutique locally-owned wine shop will display a selection of Brooklyn and England landscape paintings by several local artists.
After Bloodshed Around NYC, Squadron and Advocates Call on Albany to Pass Critical Gun Control Bills, at Site of Recent Shooting
NEW YORK – Today, State Senator Daniel Squadron joined community and elected officials and advocates to urge a special legislative session in Albany to address the crisis of gun violence in New York City and around the state.
This year, 1,329 people have been injured or killed by guns in New York City alone. Early Monday morning, a young man was shot in the leg on the grounds of Campos Plaza; the perpetrator has not been indentified and remains on the loose.
Senator Adams attended the Berkeley Carroll School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Park Slope, where he toured the school's new facilities and met the school administration, teachers, parents and students. Senator Adams is joined with Shirley Hedden, current parent and Trustee of the school and David Egolf, Lower School Director.
Paula Overbay arrived in Brooklyn from Portland, Oregon, in 1997, settled into a studio in DUMBO, and continued to paint and exhibit. She became a political activist during the Health Care Debate and moved into the Artist/Activist position when the opportunity arose to spearhead a public mural in her community of Crown Heights. The project is being painted by four talented interns under Overbay’s guidance, and funded generously by Senator Eric Adams, neighborhood leaders, local merchants, and friends.
Senator Eric Adams joined Assemblyman David Weprin and Assemblyman Jim Brennan at a Press Conference with UNYEIP, Services for Pre-School Special Needs Children Being Denied by NYC DOE
Senator Eric Adams, Assemblyman David I. Weprin, Assemblyman Jim Brennan, and were proud to stand alongside Leslie Grubler, founding director of UNYEIP, to protest the New York City Department of Education’s Committee on Pre-School Special Education’s decision to abruptly suspend critical services for pre-school special needs children in New York City without appropriate notice to parents or providers.
Fall is finally upon us, as the falling leaves and the falling temperatures constantly remind us. I would like to take a moment to acknowledge all of the women in my community, and implore them to take the time to take care of themselves. As October has been designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wish to take this time to remind you all how important it is to schedule a yearly mammogram.
“On this eleventh anniversary of the most pernicious carnage our nation has ever experienced, that has stripped us of spouses, grandparents, parents, children, siblings, other family members, friends, and even the unborn – let us reflect on the void left behind by those who fell too soon and unexpectedly. Let us honor their memory by standing for equality, freedom, liberty and justice of all.”
NYS SENATOR ERIC ADAMS AND MIXED MARTIAL ARTS EXPERTS USED ULTIMATE FIGHTING TECHNIQUES TO TEACH TROUBLED YOUTH ANTI-VIOLENCE TACTICS
NYS Senator Eric Adams held a press conference to announce the launching of the “Hope Academy,” a new non-profit organization that will teach at-risk youth how to use mixed martial arts skills to address violence. Senator Adams and various ultimate fighting trainers demonstrated some of the fighting techniques that will be used during the anti-violence pilot program.
Senator Adams was the guest speaker for the Fatherhood/Brotherhood Initiative Movement, where he spoke about the importance of fathers involved in their children's lives, the importance of family values and ethics, and the need for father’s involvement in community affairs.
Senator Adams attended Fatima Gordon's Vigil, a young mother who was shot and killed while traveling to the grocery store last week Thursday. Many constituents in the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens came out to pay their respects and to celebrate the life that she lived.
NYS Senator Eric Adams in partnership with Youth America Inc., Healthfirst and PSCH convened the 6th Annual "Cradle to College Parent Empowerment Seminar" on Saturday, August 25, 2012, 12:00pm - 3:00pm.
Dozens of workshops were presented by content area specialists who shared their expertise on a variety of topics, including career choices, jobs, health, nutrition, financial literacy, public safety and education. Parents were provided with a vast array of resources that will enable them to guide their children on the path to success.