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New York City’s first Black mayor David Dinkins remembered as ‘a warrior’ in Harlem tribute by Nicole Acevedo

New York City’s first Black mayor David Dinkins remembered as ‘a warrior’ in Harlem tribute

New York City officials and community members gathered Saturday morning in Harlem to pay tribute and celebrate the legacy of David Dinkins, the city’s first Black mayor, who died this week at age 93.

“We did not think that the Harlem community and those around it should live the weekend without showing love, affection and admiration for a man who changed the course of history,” said Rev. Al Sharpton, president of The National Action Network, one of the nation’s leading civil rights organizations, which hosted the event. To read more go to the link below:

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/new-york-city-s-first-black-mayor-david-dinkins-remembered-n1249224

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