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Views From The Ville: Airing My Frustration Out At Council Mtg

At Wednesday night’s City Council meeting tempers boiled over as a large crowd came out air it’s grievances with the city council. I for one am tired of the continued regression and degradation that is going on in Mount Vernon and my comments at the meeting echoed those same sentiments.


As I told you before, You Can’t Silence The Youth In Mount Vernon.

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Malcolm Clark

Malcolm Clark is a Writer/Columnist for Black Westchester. Malcolm holds his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and is currently getting his Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Marist College. Malcolm has also been active within the Mount Vernon community. Organizing marches and protest to volunteering his time at events such as Arts on Third and being politically active in the various campaigns across the county.
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Malcolm Clark is a Writer/Columnist for Black Westchester. Malcolm holds his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and is currently getting his Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Marist College. Malcolm has also been active within the Mount Vernon community. Organizing marches and protest to volunteering his time at events such as Arts on Third and being politically active in the various campaigns across the county.

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