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Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer (fifth l.) is surrounded by honorees (l.-r. Veronica Franklin, Tienya Smith, Yawne Robinson, Marjorie Cotton, Karen Dennis, Ellen Day, Robert Madison, Pastor Kenneth Ford and Police Officer Darryl Johnson. Photo by Nat Valentine
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Bill Newlin, director of the Jacob Riis Settlement House, gives the introduction. Photo by Nat Valentine
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Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer (c.) honors essay contest winners (l.-r.) Momotaj Jahan from William Cullen Bryant HS and IS 204 students Taj Wellington, Melanie Esttorine and Bruttany D’Sa. Photo by Nat Valentine

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer recently honored community leaders during Black History event at the Jacob Riis Settlement House in Long Island City.

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