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City & State NY: Power of Diversity–Black 100 2021

Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn Assembly Member and Brooklyn Democratic Party Chair Assembly Member Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn got behind the right candidate in the race that matters most, endorsing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams in his bid to be the city’s next mayor. Bichotte Hermelyn, who cultivated a similar alliance with the current mayor, Bill de Blasio,

New York Times: Eric Adams’ Style–‘Everything About You Must Say Power’

According to Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn, a state assemblywoman and chair of the Brooklyn Democratic Party, “Eric’s style has evolved along with his career” — from police chief with an actual uniform to Brooklyn borough president with a quasi-uniform in the shape of the position’s official nylon jacket to today. Now, Ms. Hermelyn said, “He’s projecting

Brooklyn Democratic County leader Bichotte leads Haitian relief in Brooklyn

Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn (D-Prospect Park South-Flatbush), who is also the chair of the Brooklyn Democratic Party, said, “The news coming out of Haiti evokes memories of the 2010 quake that shook Haiti and left the world aghast. What’s troubling is that this is only the latest tragedy in what has become a terrible trifecta:

Caribbean Life: Prayer vigil for Haiti in Brooklyn

Little Haiti BK, in partnership with the Office the Brooklyn Borough President, Haitian-American community organizations and the National Action Network, held a prayer vigil for Haiti on Sunday at Newkirk Avenue, between Nostrand Avenue and East 29th Street in Brooklyn. Attendees included Rep. Yvette Clarke; New York Attorney General Letitia James; Mayor Bill de Blasio;

NY Daily News: Brooklyn’s Little Haiti community worried about turmoil in homeland

Residents and representatives of Brooklyn’s large and worried Haitian population are asking President Biden to ensure the protection of refugees and relatives in their homeland still reeling from the recent assassination of the embattled nation’s president. “They’re camping outside the embassy in Haiti,” said state Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn, a Haitian-American who doubles as Brooklyn’s

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