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United States of America Congressmember Yvette D Clarke
Congresswoman Clarke is re-elected by her Brooklyn communities. MJoTA 2012 v6n1 p0627

Above, Congresswoman Yvette D Clarke won the primary election in New York on Jun 26, and was congratulated by her mother the Hon Dr Una S.T. Clarke, New York State Assemblyman Nick Perry and New York State Assemblyman Karim Camara. In the middle is the owner of the Tropical Paradise Ballroom, son of Belize Mr David Gayle.


New York constantly amazes me, because my brain continues to be unable to comprehend the consequences of having huge numbers of people jammed into a large land mass spread across rivers and islands. The only 2 ways to drive out of Manhattan are by bridge over water and tunnel underwater, and last night the Holland Tunnel had an hour-long traffic jam that lasted until I managed to get through at 2am.

Ah, but the day was worth the night.

Since before I could vote in Australia I have been volunteering in political campaigns, and in 1978 I even ran for NSW State Parliament myself.

I showed up at Congresswoman Yvette D Clarke's campaign headquarters because the undisputed Queen of Brooklyn, former Council-member Hon Dr Una S.T. Clarke, had posted a call for volunteers on Facebook. Once I completed my duties as the mother of a high school graduate, I was on my way and I showed up at 3pm in Crown Heights, telling Dr Clarke I was there to work, and would clean toilets, anything.

Because all work has dignity. Once we decide a job is beneath us, we have lost our dignity.

They had me calling constituents, finding out if they needed rides to the polling booths. Many did, and Dr Clarke had organized a fleet of cars to take them there and back safely. After a couple of hours I went with a group plus the Congresswoman to gently remind commuters to vote. Then we went back, made calls until just before the polls closed, this time thanking people for voting if they had, and then we drove to Tropical Paradise Ballroom to wait.

I have learned over the years that parties are a lot more fun when the candidates win. Mr Davis Gayle, the owner of Tropical Paradise Ballroom laid on cakes and champagne, and we danced to "We Are Family" and "Don't Worry Be Happy."

So a traffic jam at 2am on the Holland Tunnel? The day was worth the night.


Why is the mainstream press ignoring the victory of the faithful American-born daughter of Jamaica Congresswoman Yvette D Clarke?

We heard she won, resoundingly, and the Democratic elected officials were there to congratulate her, including Councilmember Mathieu Eugene. This news was not picked up by any of the mainstream media.

Well then, let MJoTA be the first to announce her victory. Councilmember Yvette D Clarke will be the Democratic candidate for the United States of America House of Representatives in the newly redrawn 11th District.
Congresswoman Clarke's neighborhood in Brooklyn. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2012 v6n1 p0628

Another beautiful summer day when the sky looks painted on, like it did on Tuesday, picture above, when I drove into Brooklyn to witness first-hand the enormous community effort that went into returning to Washington Congresswoman Yvette D Clarke.

Congresswoman Clarke's campaign office is on Nostrand Avenue, in the next block from a large Roman Catholic Church. The only way to walk down Nostrand Avenue is slowly, dancing down the avenue is better. Because shops play music with dancing beats, and shops are selling everything.

But in the middle of the blocks of shops is a well-tended garden with animals and children giving respect to a woman. Love this. Picture below.

Left, US Congresswoman Hon Yvette Clarke came out  with her mother the Hon Dr Una Clarke on a Saturday night to honor Arit Fuller in Queens.

Above, former New York City Councilmember the Hon Una Clarke at the event, sitting next to daughter of Dominica,  accountant Jean Joseph.

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