Photos: Celebrating the most powerful figures in the black community

Photos: Celebrating the most powerful figures in the black community
From left, Maron Alemu, district director for Rep. Hakeem Jeffries; Chanera Pierce, senior project manager at New York City Housing Preservation and Development; Tasha Young, director of land use and policy for New York City Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo; and Jasmin Coello, Cumbo’s director of operations.
From left, Maron Alemu, district director for Rep. Hakeem Jeffries; Chanera Pierce, senior project manager at New York City Housing Preservation and Development; Tasha Young, director of land use and policy for New York City Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo; and
1 OF 09
9 Photos
  • From left, Maron Alemu, district director for Rep. Hakeem Jeffries; Chanera Pierce, senior project manager at New York City Housing Preservation and Development; Tasha Young, director of land use and policy for New York City Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo; and
  • From left, Rep. Gregory Meeks and DuWayne Gregory, presiding officer for the Suffolk County Legislature.
  • Keynote speaker Charles Rangel addressing the crowd.
  • Keynote speaker Meeks addressing the crowd.
  • Kirsten John Foy, president & CEO of Arc of Justice.
  • Gregg Bishop, commissioner of the New York City Department of Small Business Services, talking with other event attendees.
  • From left, Terrence Byerson, program coordinator at STRIVE; Rudy Coombs, president of the National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees, Local 813; Courtney Bennett, executive director of One Hundred Black Men; and Louis Baldwin, human resources manag
  • New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams (center left), and Errol Louis (center right), anchor & reporter at NY1, pose for a photo with other event attendees.
  • A shot of the crowd mingling during the event.
20200713