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.
It was food, drink, and good conversation with the Lt. Governor, all while taking in the spectacular view from the 75th floor of One World Trade Center.
The event was a fun and engaging evening, as well as a chance to ask Lt. Governor Benjamin your questions about his and Governor Hochul’s agenda for New York and their plans for the issues you care about most — from economic development to public safety to affordable housing to Covid recovery.
Here are some curated photographs from the event:
Click here to find more of Seitu Oronde’s photo-essays at Seitu’s World.
Photograph credit: 1-14) By Seitu Oronde.
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