(Denise Gay)

*Rev. Al Sharpton speaking on violence and lack of unity in NYC:

“Ten years after the September 112 terrorist attacks New Yorkers are not as united as we were after 9/11 and are (we) are a divided city because of violence and policing & must return to the unity of post 9/11 which will only be done with action by the governor and the mayor.”

At National Action Network’s live Saturday radio broadcast and rally, Rev. Sharpton will speak about this violent climate along with the family of Denise Gay, while Councilman Jumaane Williams and Kirsten John Foy will speak about being arrested and the city’s response.

Rev. Al Sharpton, President of NAN
The Family of Denise Gay, who was killed on her stoop in Brooklyn Sunday by a stray bullet
Tamika D. Mallory, National Executive Director of NAN
New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams
Kirsten John Foy, Director of Community Affairs for New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer
NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio

National Action Network’s “House of Justice”
106 West 145th Street @ Lenox Ave. (Harlem, NY)

Saturday, September 10, 2011
9:15 a.m.



Rachel Noerdlinger
Noerdlinger Media