I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of our bright students on completing their high school experience. In fact, I want to congratulate all of our students who are moving up this year.
Paterson Public School is primed to celebrate Malcolm X Day. In preparation, I propose this acknowledgment take place on May 19, 2021 or the third Friday in May.
The Spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. visited me. Decades after his death, he remains amused and yet humbled by all the fanfare of a national MLK holiday.
Hinchliffe Stadium may have been built for football, but it is baseball that marked the time. It’s the only National Historic Landmark honoring baseball, the only sporting venue within a National Park and one of the last remaining Negro League stadiums. Hinchliffe has national significance and baseball prevented its demolition.
First and foremost, it is most important for Black Lives Matter-Paterson to express their deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims tragically lost to gun violence in our City.
As a father, educator and public servant, I believe it’s important that we deal honestly and openly with the uncomfortable aspects of our country’s past. While we can never take away what the “Founding Fathers” did to create a country by declaring independence from Britain, writing the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and establishing a…
The recent actions by Paterson mayor Andre Sayegh and a majority of the City Council to burden the city’s already strained taxpayers with a vague $38 million “tourism development” bond guarantee for the Great Falls, is a disservice and betrayal of the citizens.