New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin was arrested Tuesday in connection with a bribery scheme in which federal prosecutors say he directed a state grant to a Harlem nonprofit in exchange for numerous donations to his political campaigns.
Harlem’s Seitu Oronde was a very special fundraiser led by the next generation of Black leaders in support of Harlem Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin’s 2022 campaign in NY.
With Thanksgiving approaching, A&E Real Estate will be joined by Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin today to distribute hundreds of free turkeys today to its residents at Harlem’s Riverton Square.
Today, on August 28, 2021, First Corinthian Baptist Church, New York State Senator and newly appointed Lieutenant-Governor Brian Benjamin, and District Council 9 will donate.
Gov. Kathy Hochul is expected to tap state senator Brian A. Benjamin as her lieutenant governor, three sources familiar with the matter tell News 4.
In partnership with ‘With You Jewelry’, a small business committed to women empowerment.
Incumbent Democrat Brian Benjamin easily defeated Republican challenger Oz Sultan on Tuesday to win re-election to his 30th State Senate District seat.
Almost two years ago in response to the Trump Administration’s “Zero Tolerance Policy” that marked the tragic beginning of ongoing immigrant family separations in this country.
The New York State Senate today passed Harlem Senator Brian Benjamin’s bill, the “Eric Garner Anti-Chokehold Act” (S.6670B) prohibiting the use of chokeholds by law enforcement.
The Senate Democratic Majority will celebrate the 9th Annual Fort Drum Day by welcoming members of the U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division, to the State Senate Chamber.
An exuberant crowd that included NYS Attorney General Tish James, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, State Senators Brian Benjamin and Robert Jackson,
Yesterday, on Wednesday, July 31st, 2019, Harlem Senator Brian Benjamin came to support KIDBOX at Kids Board of Directors Day.
Harlem’s Brian Benjamin and Senate Democratic Majority this week passed legislation to expand protections from wage discrimination for public employees.
The Senate Majority today will pass legislation that will provide greater protections and services for New York’s LGBTQ community.
Tell State Senator Brian Benjamin about the issues most important to you during one of four upcoming listening sessions to cover Participatory Budgeting, housing, etc.