Can the Public Advocate Represent NYC's Diversity?

Civic NYC • 27 January 2020
Event date 11 Feb '20 12:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Event location New York Society for Ethical Culture • 2 W 64th St, New York, New York , New York, 10023, NY, United States
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Join Ethical NYC for Lunch with the League of Women Voters, as Jumaane Williams, NYC Public Advocate, joins us to discuss his role in New York City's political landscape.

Jumaane D. Williams is the Public Advocate of the City of New York. Previously, he served on the NYC Council representing the 45th District. He began his career as a community organizer at the Greater Flatbush Beacon School and later served as the Executive Director of NYS Tenants & Neighbors. There, he fought for truly affordable, income-targeted housing across New York City and State. In the NYC Council, Jumaane sponsored the Community Safety Act, reforming the City’s Police Department by ending the abuse of Stop, Question & Frisk in communities of color and creating the NYPD’s Office of Inspector General to investigate unlawful & unethical behavior. Jumaane has led the fight for better policing and safer streets, affordable housing, and transparency and accountability in City government.

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6 days agoAdd to Calender 2020-02-11 17:00:00 2020-02-11 17:00:00 Can the Public Advocate Represent NYC's Diversity? Join Ethical NYC for Lunch with the League of Women Voters, as Jumaane Williams, NYC Public Advocate, joins us to discuss his role in New York City's political landscape. Jumaane D. Williams is the Public Advocate of the City of New York. Previously, he served on the NYC Council representing the 45th District. He began his career as a community organizer at the Greater Flatbush Beacon School and later served as the Executive Director of NYS Tenants & Neighbors. There, he fought for truly affordable, income-targeted housing across New York City and State. In the NYC Council, Jumaane sponsored the Community Safety Act, reforming the City’s Police Department by ending the abuse of Stop, Question & Frisk in communities of color and creating the NYPD’s Office of Inspector General to investigate unlawful & unethical behavior. Jumaane has led the fight for better policing and safer streets, affordable housing, and transparency and accountability in City government. New York Society for Ethical Culture America/New_York public Racial Justice #diversity