Harlem’s David Nocenti Talks Union Settelment, Joe Biden And More On The Danny Tisdale Show (Audio)

Listen to David Nocenti, executive director of Harlem-based 120-year-old Union Settlement as he talks about the new 2020 Presidential Survey in East Harlem, and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.

David Nocenti, executive director of Union Settlement, Union Settlement has served the people of East Harlem since 1895. One of the largest settlement houses in New York, Union Settlement serves more than 10,000 East Harlem residents of all ages each year through its education, health, senior services, youth development, childcare, counseling, and economic development programs. A few weeks ago Union Settlement released a presidential poll showing that Democratic voters in East Harlem picked Joe Biden as their first choice for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Biden received 30.5% of the first-place votes, followed by Elizabeth Warren (22.9%), Bernie Sanders (17.8%) and Kamala Harris (14.4%).

Read more about the survey here on Harlem World Magazine.

For more information go to https://unionsettlement.org

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Danny Tisdale is an award-winning visual artist, former Harlem Community Board member, founder, and publisher of Harlem World Magazine. He is the host of “Harlem’s favorite podcast” The Danny Tisdale Show; a weekly podcast with leaders, legends and trailblazers from Harlem to Harare.

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