They have both worked soberly and honestly in their communities and for their Brooklyn districts for many years. MJoTA has celebrated their work as elected officials.
Since childhood, both have been interested in the health and prosperity of their communities; both have traveled a long way to study and create decent lives for themselves and their communities.
Neither of them looked for careers in politics, but when the call came to represent their communities of Africans and Caribbean Africans and African Americans, they stepped up to the plate. Their communities have been hard-hit by foreclosures; both of them have been running programs and clinics in their districts and have been doing everything they can to prevent foreclosure. When anyone in their communities hurts, they bleed.
MJoTA does not endorse candidates, not does it take advertising. However, the MJoTA Editor-in-Chief personally endorses their re-election. She has been blessed to be able to talk with each of these Councilmembers; they are both humble men who are community organizers, with the gifts of being able to unite people around them.
Dr Stewart studied foot (podiatric medicine) in New York, and is licensed to treat patients. He has long been interested in affordable housing for his district. He has been a member of City Council since 2002.
Dr Eugene studied medicine in Mexico. He is also a world-class athlete; his passion for keeping his community healthy and alive has translated into his work on behalf of hospitals and schools in his district. Articles written by Donna Lamb have been published in MJoTA, click to download.
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