Inlaw Asserts Lenick’s Team “Invalidates”Spano’s Latest Endorsement

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“Mike Spano may have been endorsed by two county-wide organizations, but what they don’t realize is that Chuck has the support of community, here in Yonkers, because of his life long commitment to education, safety, and jobs,” espoused Tanika Inlaw, Senior Advisor of the Chuck Lesnick campaign for mayor and immediate past President of the NAACP. Tanika Inlaw's husband, Evan …

eHeziInlaw Asserts Lenick’s Team “Invalidates”Spano’s Latest Endorsement

Evan Inlaw Mayoral Candidate in Yonkers; Wife, Tamika Inlaw, Endorses Chuck Lesnick for Mayor By HEZI ARIS

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It’s confusing, but therein lies the fun of Yonkers favorite blood sport – politics.  Evan Inlaw, Esq., is a candidate for Mayor of the City of Yonkers. Who knew? He is the designee of the Working Family Party. Evan inlaw is married to Tamika Inlaw, who, until but a few days ago presided over the Yonkers Chapter of the NAACP …

eHeziEvan Inlaw Mayoral Candidate in Yonkers; Wife, Tamika Inlaw, Endorses Chuck Lesnick for Mayor By HEZI ARIS

The NAACP Yonkers Branch Names “Making a Difference Award” Recipients

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Yonkers, NY — Reverend James Hassell, Pastor Sandra Comerie-Smith, Reverend Henry Rivera, and Father John Hamilton have been named  recipients of the “Making a Difference Award” and will be honored for their commitment to civil and human rights at the NAACP Freedom Fund Brunch on December 4, 2010 at the Riverview, One Warburton Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, from 11:00 a.m. …

eHeziThe NAACP Yonkers Branch Names “Making a Difference Award” Recipients

Jackson List: Shirley Sherrod on Screws v. United States, in 1945, Today & Tomorrow BY PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT

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On March 27, 2010, Shirley Sherrod, then the United States Department of Agriculture’s Director of Rural Development in the State of Georgia, gave a now-famous speech before the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter of Coffee County, Georgia.

eHeziJackson List: Shirley Sherrod on Screws v. United States, in 1945, Today & Tomorrow BY PROF. JOHN Q. BARRETT

Weir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR

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When the first African-American was elected to thepresidency of the United States one would have thought that race would become a less serious issue for the country to deal with. Au contraire; after only about 18 months in office, accusations of racism rival those of a generation ago when the thought of a black president seemed very remote. It was to be expected that blacks would …

eHeziWeir Only Human: Political Criticism Should be Colorblind BY BOB WEIR