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Host:

LaShawn Allen-Muhammad

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New York State SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

Discussion – Trayvon Martin Verdict – “How Do WE Stand Our Ground As A Community?” 

Elected to the New York State Senate in 2002, Senator Parker’s professional background reflects a wide range of public service and commitment to a better New York. As the Special Assistant to former New York State Comptroller H. Carl McCall, Senator Parker managed intergovernmental relations in New York City and was the liaison between the Comptroller and city, state and federal elected officials.

Before taking office, Senator Parker was a New York City Urban Fellow and also served as a Special Assistant to former Manhattan Borough President Ruth Messinger; Legislative Aide to former New York City Councilmember Una Clarke and Special Assistant to Assemblyman Nick Perry. As Project Manager with the New York State Urban Development Corporation, Senator Parker financed minority-and women-owned businesses and promoted community business redevelopment.


Senator Parker is also a member of the New American Task Force. Senator Parker has been appointed Parliamentarian to the NY State Association of Black and Puerto Rican Legislators, Incorporated, and most recently was appointed as the Democratic lead of the Joint Budget Committee on Environment, Agriculture and Housing

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