NY Electeds At NAN Action Rally Against Synthetic Marijuana In Harlem

seitu sharpton3NY Elected Officials to attend National Action Network Saturday Action Rally to unveil a Community Action Plan against Synthetic Marijuana in Harlem, New York.

Lead members include State Senate Coalition Leader Jeff Klein, Karim Camara, Executive Director Governor’s Faith Based Partnerships; Harlem Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, BK Borough President Eric Adams, NYC Commissioner Mary Bassett and others to join Reverend Al Sharpton & Minister Kirsten John Foy at National Action Network

The list of other attendees include:

State Coalition Leader Jeff Klein, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito; Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams; Karim Camara, Executive Director of the Governors Faith Based Partnerships; Josh Vinciguerra, Director of Narcotic Enforcement, NYS DOH; Ramon Murphy, President of the Bodega Association of America; Commissioner Mary Bassett, NYC Department of Health; Reverend Al Sharpton, President and founder of National Action Network; Minister Kirsten John Foy, President of Brooklyn Chapter, National Action Network.

NAN Action Rally & Live Radio Broadcast at the House of Justice

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Saturday, August 29, 9:30 a.m.

Watch the live stream at www.nationalactionnetwork.net or listen live on WLIB 1190

National Action Network, House of Justice, 106 West 145th Street at Malcolm X Avenue, New York, NY.,  www.nationalactionnetwork.net

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