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December 3, 2018
More than 70 New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) tenant leaders and local clergy members from central Brooklyn and Queens came to Downtown Brooklyn today to show their support for Assemblywoman Latrice Walker‘s (D-Brownsville) announced run for New York City Public Advocate.
Born and raised in Prospect Plaza, a NYCHA development in Brownsville that was demolished under a Federal HOPE VI grant, Walker spoke passionately how she has experienced firsthand the effects of displacement and the need for adequate representation and housing.
November 27, 2018
Brooklyn Assemblywoman Latrice Walker sits down with Errol Louis to exclusively announce her run for New York City public advocate, joining a crowded field. Walker also explains why she wants to make some changes to the office.
November 28, 2018
The race for Public Advocate has a new Brooklyn darling stepping up for the position in the form of Assemblywoman Latrice Walker (D-Brownsville).
Walker officially announced her candidacy for the position last night, as she looks to succeed Attorney General-elect Letitia James as the city’s public advocate in a special election for the seat expected in February.
“I am extremely proud to be a candidate for New York City Public Advocate. I will never hesitate to stand up to the Mayor and take him on whenever he neglects the needs of any community, or wherever I see the inhumane treatment of any group of New Yorkers,” said Walker.