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Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke and Congressman Hakeem Jeffries released the following statement on their letter to Secretary of State John Kerry about their concerns after President Donald Ramotar of Guyana dissolved the National Assembly in an apparent attempt to prevent general elections and maintain himself in authority indefinitely.
Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement on the potentially devastating effects a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security could have on the ability of New York City to secure grants for national security and emergency preparedness.
Brooklyn, N.Y. – Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke released the following statement of congratulations to the Brooklyn Public Library, which was named a finalist for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service. Each year, the Institute of Museum and Library Services honors five museums and five libraries for their service to the community.
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"Caribbean American Congresswoman Yvette D Clarke says she’s “deeply disappointed” by a United States federal district judge’s decision to delay implementation of an immigration plan that wou
"Two members of the US House of Representatives wrote US Secretary of State John Kerry on February 24th calling for a reassessment of Washington’s policy to Guyana following the prorogation of Parl