James Sanders Jr.'s Videos

Senator Sanders and Senate Democratic Conference Release Minimum Wage Report and Push for Local Minimum Wage Option

Senator James Sanders Jr. (D-Queens) joined his fellow Senate Democratic Conference members at a press conference to announce the release of a detailed report describing the economic benefits New York State would receive from an increase to the minimum wage. Senator Sanders also called for the adoption of legislation that would allow local governments to raise the minimum wage within their municipalities.

June 3, 2014
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Senator James Sanders Jr. Joins Colleagues in Birthday Commemoration of Civil Rights Leader Malcolm X

New York State Senator James Sanders Jr. (D-Queens) joined his colleagues on the floor of the Senate Chamber to commemorate the 89th birthday of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X.

May 21, 2014
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New York State Senator James Sanders Jr. Honors the 26th U.S. Colored Troop

(Albany) - New York State Senator James Sanders Jr. (D-Queens) introduces Senate Resolution J.4473 to honor the members of the 26th United States Colored Troop during the observance of the U.S. Civil War Sesquicentennial.

April 29, 2014
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A young man's joy and passion for violence impacts his entire family.

Video #1 - A "Stop The Violence" song and video depicting the consequences of the depraved disregard for life. Written and produced by Chris Curry

April 22, 2014
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Individually and collectively a community can make a difference by saying something.

Video #2 in Chris Curry's "Stop The Violence" campaign series. A collection of songs, poetry, art, essays and spoken word depicting the hideous consequences of violent acts and the depraved disregard for LIFE by the perpetrators.

April 22, 2014
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Portrays the daily concern of a 10 year old trying to cope with the possibility of being shot or killed.

This is video #3 in the Chris Curry's "Stop The Violence" campaign. It portrays the daily concern of a 10 year old trying to cope with the possibility of being shot or killed. It is an unfortunate realistic element of the gun violence that many perpetrators fail to consider during their senseless and unnecessary acts of violence and the consequences of their depraved disregard for life.

April 22, 2014
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