Raising the Bar: NYC Charter Revisions
The New York City Charter is the local constitution in NYC, it creates a structure for City government. The Charter establishes the key institutions such as budget, planning, zoning, contracting, collective bargaining, and land use processes for the City.
A Charter Revision Commission, submitted a draft of proposed revisions to the city voters for approval in November. On this week’s Raising the Bar with the MBBA , hosts Jason Clark, president of the MBBA and Adeola Adejobi along with guest Attorney John Owens discuss what these new provisions are and how will they affect New Yorkers.
Co-hosts Jason Clark, President of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association (MBBA), Attorney Adeola Adejobi, and their guests discuss legal issues facing the African American community.
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On this week's edition of #RaisingTheBar, The Manhattan Black Bar Association's Jason Clark and Adeola Adejobi sit down with Neighborhood Defender Service's Javionte Johnson and President of The Urban Agenda Group, Jamal Wilkerson to discuss the importance of #protests and the #rights of Americans...