Shirley L. Huntley's posts related to Arts And Culture

3/31/2009: NYS State Senate Honors Brooklyn Artist Lynn Nottage

On the final day of National Women’s History Month 2009, NYS Senator Velamanette Montgomery (D-Brooklyn) and her Senate Colleagues honored Brooklyn playwright, Lynn Nottage, for her outstanding contributions to the arts in New York.

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2/17/2007: NYS Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators (Caucus Weekend)

Senator Shirley L. Huntley participates in the 2007 Youth Conference (Albany, New York)

8/15/2009: Senator Huntley's 3rd Annual Children's Festival

Free fun filled day of Learning, Exercise, Food, Games, Rides and other activities on Saturday, August 15, 2009 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm at Baisley Park - 157th Street and 116th Avenue

5/16/2009: Roy Wilkins Youth & Tennis Academy

 Senator Huntley supports Roy Wilkins Youth & Tennis Academy Day

9/05/2009: 63rd Annual Shinnecock Indian Nation Powwow

Southampton - The 63rd Annual Shinnecock Powwow Gathering of Native Americans Contest Powwow and Celebration was held over Labor Day Weekend, from Sept. 4 through Sept. 7 at the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton. Over the four-day event, attendees were treated to a display of historical remembrances and traditions.

The Shinnecock Nation

7/14/2007: Senator Huntley's 1st Annual Children's Festival

For Children of all ages, a FREE fun filled day of Learning, Exercise, Food, Games, Rides and other activities on Saturday, July 14, 2007 from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm at Forest Park

Black History Month

News FromNew York StateSenator Shirley L. Huntley

For Immediate Release: February 11, 2010

Contact: Taqiyyah Garbey | garbey@senate.state.ny.us| (518) 455-3531

Senator Shirley L. Huntley CelebratesBlack History Month

 (D-Jamaica) “Say’s February is a time to observe and remember the history of black people in our society, but also to embolden ourselves in the continuing fight for social and economic justice,” said Senator Huntley, marking February as Black History Month.

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