NASW-NYC Joins Press Conference at City Hall
in Opposition to Stop-and-Frisk Policing in NYC
In keeping with prior statements and activities, NASW-NYC submitted a declaration in Federal Court in support of the plaintiff in the case that challenges stop-and-frisk. Staff also appeared at a press conference organized by the Center for Constitutional Rights. At left, Eleni Zimiles and Sharielle Applewhite of the Undoing Racism Internship Project join Kathleen Algire-Fedarcyk, NASW-NYC intern, shortly before the press conference; at right: Emily Foote, MSW, issues a statement on behalf of the Chapter. Behind her is Letitia James, newly-elected Public Advocate and NASW-NYC-endorsed candidate. Ms. James is the first African-American woman elected to citywide office in NYC.
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