Kevin S. Parker's posts related to Homeland Security

Senators Urge Chairman Ball To Reject Bigotry

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

Contact: Umair Khan │ mukhan@nysenate.gov │ 518-455-2580 ph │518-455-6843 fax

For Immediate Release: April 5, 2011

Senators Urge Chairman Ball To Reject Bigotry

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Senator Parker's Statement on the Killing of Osama Bin Laden

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER (D-21)

Contact: Umair Khan ‌‌‌‌‌| mukhan@nysenate.gov | 518-455-2580 ph |518-426-6843 fax

 

For Immediate Release: May 2, 2011

(Brooklyn, NY)  New York State Senator Kevin Parker released the following statement on President Obama’s announcement that Osama Bin Laden has been killed by U.S. forces:

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State Senator Kevin Parker Interviews Senator Eric Adams (D-20)

State Senator Kevin Parker (D-21) Interviews New York State Senator Eric Adams (D-20)

May 8, 2012

Discussion Topics:

Community Involvement in Public Safety, Stop and Frisk, Taser Legislation, NYPD Inspector General Legislation, & Muslim Surveillance

 

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State Senator Parker Calls on Senator Schumer to Withdraw Support for Ray Kelly as Homeland Security Secretary

Brooklyn, NY- On July 12th, New York Senator Chuck Schumer recommended New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly to replace outgoing Secretary of Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano. I would oppose Commissioner Kelly's nomination, and I am asking Senator Schumer to withdraw his recommendation because during his tenure as police commissioner, Ray Kelly has implemented the largest systematic program of racial and religious profiling in the nation.

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SENATOR PARKER ADVOCATES KEEPING FAMILIES TOGETHER

Brooklyn, NY- On Monday, November 18, Senator Kevin Parker was one of two featured guests at the screening and discussion of the movie Fighting for Freedom at Albany Law School. The Senator’s co-panelist was Terminator 3 star, the actress and producer, Kristanna Loken. The discussion was moderated by the Law school’s Associate Dean Alicia Oullette and Albany Law professor Sarah Rogerson, who leads the school’s Immigration Project.

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