Mashere Pride (c) led an insightful meeting as Nalo Turner, Wilbur Durain and Gene Johnson listened attentively.
Photo by Edward Watkins
Working to prevent teen dating violence throughout the Bronx, Assemblywoman Latoya Joyner visited Edwin Gould’s Bronx Offices at 412-424 E. 147th Street on Tuesday, July 10. Joyner obtained state support for the Teen Accountability Program classes and secured $90,000 in funding for a pilot program in the Bronx.
Assemblywoman Joyner (c) presented a hefty ceremonial check to the program’s (l-r) Genevieve Dimou, Nalo Turner, Anne Patterson, Terri Roman, Connie Marquez, Mashere Pride, Wilbur Durain and Gene Johnson.