On Aug. 26, Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson and the Met Council held a food giveaway at 1520 Sedgwick Ave., Morris Heights, "The birth place of hip-hop."
Courtesy of the Office of CM Gibson
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On Wednesday, Aug. 26, Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson and the Met Council held a food giveaway at 1520 Sedgwick Ave., in Morris Heights, “The birth place of hip-hop.” She was joined by legendary rapper Grandmaster Caz.
“Excellent food distribution with the legendary @GrandmasterCaz and the tenant leadership of the Hip-Hop Building, with @MetCouncil and Workforce Advisors. Grateful to help residents with groceries, face masks, hand sanitizers and info on COVID-19,” Gibson said on Twitter.
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