"L'union fait La Force"
Pray for Haiti Vigil
"Unity Makes Strength" Prayer Vigil for stability
& hope for Haiti's future

Sunday, July 25, 2021 at 1:30 PM Sharp
*Rain or shine*

Newkirk Avenue
Between Nostrand Avenue & East 29th Street
Event Hosts
 Association des Ingénieurs Haïtiens et Américains (ADIHA), Association Médicale Haïtiennes à L'etranger (AMHE), CUNY Haitian Studies Institute, Diaspora Community Services, Foundation for the Emancipation of Women and Girls, FS Nostrand Merchant Association, Haitian-American Alliance of New York Inc. (HAA), Haitian American Business Network (HABNET), Haitian American Caucus (HAC), Hatian American Lawyers Association of New York (HALANY), Haitian-American Law Enforcement Fraternal Organization (HALEFO) Hatitan-American Nurses Association of Greater New York, Haitian Americans United for Progress (HAUP),Haitian Clergy Association, Haitian-American Community Coalition (HCC), Haitian Round Table (HRT), Le MoJo Show, Life of Hope (LOH), Little Haiti BK, Inc., National Action Network, National Action Network Youth Huddle, Society of Haitian Administrators and Supervisors, and Society for Haitian Research (SHR).
Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn represents the 42nd Assembly District in Brooklyn covering Ditmas Park, Flatbush, East Flatbush and Midwood. She is currently the Chair of the Subcommittee on Oversight of Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs), and serves on the following committees: Housing, Government Operations, Education, Banks, Health, and Higher Education. She is also a member of the Task Force on Women's Issues and sits on Governor Cuomo's Domestic Violence Advisory Council and Mayor De Blasio's MWBE Task Force.

As a current Assemblymember, District Leader, and Chair of Brooklyn Democratic Party, Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn has been an outspoken advocate on issues concerning immigration, education, economic development, unemployment, education reform, health care access, senior citizen centers, affordable housing, school safety, women's and LGBTQ rights, as well as other issues affecting the quality of life in the community.

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Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn by visiting her website: