Mayoral candidate Eric Adams joined New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) employees at a rally in Queens on June 14, demanding racial and gender pay equity.
The Hotel Trades Council, Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ and District Council 37 collectively represent more than 300,000 workers who are counting on the next generation of city leaders to have their backs during New York City’s pandemic recovery. …Continue Reading
The city emergency ambulance service workers’ unions are backing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams for mayor.
Eric Adams was a typical kid living in Brooklyn and Queens. He played sports with his brother, took public transportation and went to public school. However, when Eric and his brother were arrested as teenagers, the moment changed his life.
The city should destroy the jail barge floating near the Bronx and set up more programs to help disadvantaged youths, Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams said during an emotional Tuesday campaign stop near the site of the shuttered juvenile detention …Continue Reading
"My story," says Eric Adams, one of the leading candidates to be the next mayor of the country's largest city, "is a New York story."
Chalkbeat spoke to six of the frontrunners for the Democratic primary, a race that could decide the election in heavily Democratic New York City. We interviewed Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun …Continue Reading
In the midst of a debate over immigration with his fellow candidates, mayoral front runner Eric Adams today introduced his WeRISE (Raise Immigrant Safety and Empowerment) plan to protect and empower immigrants in New York City.
After temporarily losing his vision to Type 2 diabetes, Eric Adams turned over a new leaf — kale and spinach, to be exact. In 2016, the New York City mayoral candidate ditched his beloved burgers and went fully vegan. The dramatic diet …Continue Reading
On Monday, leading mayoral candidate Eric Adams unveiled his “Honor Our Heroes” agenda to support veterans and military families, in advance of marching in the 102nd annual Staten Island Memorial Day Parade on Forest Avenue.