Stop & Frisk & Fingerprinting to Gain Access to Public Housing

Rosie Mendez Speaks Out on Mayor Bloomberg’s Careless and Insensitive Statements Concerning the Use of Stop, Question & Frisk in Public Housing—and the Prospective Employment of Fingerprinting to Gain Access to Buildings.

Click here to read her statement: Statement Of City Council Member Rosie Mendez, Chair Of The Committee On Public Housing | RE: Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Comments On The John Gambling Show

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