Dear Speaker Johnson, If you don’t know my name, I’m Rev. Dr. Johnnie Green. I’m the Senior Pastor at Mount Neboh Baptist Church.
We, the clergy members of New York State and New York City respectfully submit this letter of support for Governor Cuomo’s Gaming License initiative approved by voters in 2013.
One of Harlem’s long-standing Baptist churches has been hit hard by the outbreak of new coronavirus in New York City, according to reports.
The Flexible Work for New York (FWNY) coalition announced a dozen more clergy members and faith leaders joined the fight to protect flexible work.
One-hundred pastors representing thousands of congregants from Harlem to Hollis today released a letter expressing vehement opposition to the New York City Council’s proposed ban on real fur.
Today at 3:00 PM ET at the steps of New York City Hall, hundreds of African American faith leaders and their parishioners will rally against a City Council proposal to ban the sale of real fur.
Dear Honorable Leader Stewart-Cousins and Honorable Speaker Heastie: As a coalition of faith leaders and clergy members across New York City, we are writing regarding proposed legislation that would expand prevailing wage mandates to include many more large construction projects in New York.
An ecumenical non-profit, comprised of mostly African-American pastors from Harlem to Hollis, is calling on the State Legislature to hold a public hearing to address the lack of diversity in the city’s construction and development industry.
On Saturday, September 29, 2018, students, families and Reverend Dr. Johnnie Green from Mount Neboh Baptist Church —in partnership with Airbnb came out for a Harlem back-to-school bash.
NY Daily News reports that a group of African-American clergy wrote to gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, ripping her comment that legalized pot licenses could serve as reparations for the drug war and demanding a formal apology.
North Jersey reports that Harlem-based civil rights leader has sent a letter to the developer of American Dream Meadowlands questioning the level of diversity among contractors and subcontractors at the East Rutherford site.
In an emailed advisory on Friday, Assemblyman Keith Wright of Harlem announced he will kick off a campaign to replace Rep. Charles Rangel in Congress next year at a prayer breakfast in the Bronx on Saturday.
Marion Cecilia Davies, January 3, 1897 – September 22, 1961, was an actress, producer, screenwriter, philanthropist, and one-time Harlemite.
Business Insider reports that Civil rights groups joined Uber and Lyft in their fight against the New York City Council’s proposed plan to place a cap on the number of vehicles that ride-share services can operate in the city.
Faith and community leaders from across New York City came together today for Economic Justice Day, a day-long conference organized by MPAC and sponsored by Airbnb.