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Alicka Ampry-Samuel
Council Member for the 41st Council District Deputy Leader & Chair of the Committee on Public Housing
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Sep 24
We need to pass Int. 1894 to ensure hiring practices are bias free. Wells Fargo's CEO's comments show why. Let's pass Int 1894, ! 22 cosponsors and counting
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Hon. Vanessa L. Gibson, MPA Sep 24
"Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you." - Yesterday, my sisters in government from the dressed in Blue to honor the life and legacy of the Notorious Supreme Court Justice . ✊🏾
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Mike Tyson Sep 22
This election will be my 1st time voting. I never thought I could because of my felony record. I’m proud to finally vote. Go to to register.
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NYC Immigrant Affairs Sep 23
⛴️All hands on deck! There's only ONE WEEK left to fill out the .We need every New Yorker to in the next 7 days to secure funding and fair representation for *all* of our residents. The census is safe. There are no questions about immigration status.
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NYC Council Sep 23
We've got sunshine, love, community, and a whole lotta joy. Is that the new definition of anarchy? Can we phone a friend? ???
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Sep 16
BREAKING: The just passed legislation that will stop affordable housing providers who receive city funds from using an applicant's credit score to determine eligibility for affordable housing.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Sep 14
This is an important resource
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Sep 4
“As New Yorkers still face significant financial burdens b/c of the pandemic, the homes in the tax lien sale will only exacerbate the economic crisis & result in homeowners — mostly in communities of color — losing their homes during this time”
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Adrienne Adams Sep 2
The lien sale should not fall on the backs of homeowners already struggling to recover from the pandemic. you have the power to stop the lien sale and protect our vulnerable communities.
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Ava DuVernay Aug 28
May you have a beautiful return, King. We will miss you so.
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Rep. Marcia L. Fudge Aug 18
The 19th amendment became law on this day 100 years ago, finally guaranteeing women the right to vote. A century later, women, especially Black women, are leading the fight for voting rights for all and equal access to the ballot box.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 15
Thank you Kristin and for keeping this conversation going. I’m continually committed to finding the best (re)allocation of resources for NYC.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 12
You should come see me and have a walk around my district. My job is to serve and advocate. Not get caught up it political rhetoric. Period.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 12
That’s NOT what I said. As a Black woman who was actually assaulted by NYPD at the age of 13 - had a suit AGAINST the NYPD,fighting police brutality has been my life’s work for 30yrs. Have a real conversation w/THIS Black woman BEFORE you make assumptions about me or my people.
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Carpentersnyc Aug 7
Over 80 union carpenters from Brooklyn came out to distribute food and supplies to residents of NYCHA's Rutland Road Houses and the Brownsville community. Over 300 kits were distributed to seniors and families in need. TY and for bringing us together!
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 6
As per , there are only 2,911 outages remaining in Brooklyn. We are getting there.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 6
3,400 essential School Lunch workers have shown up everyday to ensure Grab-and-Go was executed. Those workers are now calling on us to support their working conditions and I am listening. Thank you for all you have done and I look forward to coming to a resolution.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 4
More than 9,500 trees are down. In many places safe tree removal will have to take place before power line repair. Please do not step over or near downed wires. Call 9-1-1 to report a down power line or gas emergency. Con Ed for loss of power: 800-752-6633
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Aug 4
is dispatching a truck in the district early tomorrow morning. If there is tree debris on your property, tie it with twine and leave it on the curb as regular. Please call 311 for emergencies, downed trees and anything that may block traffic.
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Alicka Ampry-Samuel Jul 31
Thank you so much for this partnership and understanding the importance of culture in food selection
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