New York City

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New York City
New York City is listed in the Real Estate category in Brooklyn, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for New York City which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of New York City on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for New York City is:
260 Lexington Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11216
(718) 636-9168

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New York City has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that New York City has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Brooklyn, New York is 26 and in the Real Estate category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Just posted: Photos of @NYCSpeakerCoJo and Council Members Participating in Various MLK Jr. Events Around the City. twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


.@NYCSpeakerCoJo and Council Member @cmlauriecumbo attend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tribute at BAM. https://t.co/p37MHP8GOM


.@NYCSpeakerCoJo and Council Member @cmlauriecumbo read passages from Dr. King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


RT @NYCSpeakerCoJo: The @NYCCouncil stands w Haiti and all immigrant communities. We made sure @POTUS heard us loud & clear! #RallyAgainstR…


.@NYCSpeakerCoJo joins elected officials and community members at NAN’s Annual Public Policy Forum #NANMLK18 https://t.co/edlv4q705o

Statement by Speaker Corey Johnson on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

New York City Council added 5 new photos.
Joint Statement by Speaker Corey Johnson and Council Member Mathieu Eugene Re: President Trump’s Comments on Haiti and Africa “President Trump's racist and incendiary comments about Haiti and Africa are an affront to the very values of our nation and of the American dream. The country is deeply divided, and the President should be focused on bringing unity by creating the spirit of trust and respect and putting an end to the cruel and senseless immigration raids that are tearing families apart. The United States is and always will be an immigrant nation, and even as President Trump continues to dehumanize the very people who make our country great, New York City will continue to stand strong and defend our status as a sanctuary city.” ### DECLARACIÓN CONJUNTA DEL PRESIDENTE COREY JOHNSON Y EL CONCEJAL MATHIEU EUGENE Los comentarios del Presidente Trump sobre Haití y África “Los comentarios racistas e incendiarios del Presidente Trump sobre Haití y África son una afrenta a los valores mismos de nuestra nación y del sueño americano. El país está profundamente dividido, y el Presidente debería centrarse en lograr la unidad mediante la creación del espíritu de confianza y respeto, y poniendo fin a las redadas de inmigración crueles y sin sentido que desgarran a las familias. Los Estados Unidos es y siempre será una nación inmigrante, e incluso mienstras que el Presidente Trump continúe deshumanizando a las personas que hacen grande a nuestro país, la ciudad de Nueva York seguirá siendo fuerte y defenderá nuestro estado como una ciudad de santuario”. ### DÉCLARATION CONJOINTE DU PRÉSIDENT COREY JOHNSON ET DU MEMBRE DU CONSEIL MATHIEU EUGENE Commentaires du Président Trump sur Haïti et l'Afrique 'Les commentaires racistes et incendiaires du Président Trump sur Haïti et l'Afrique sont un affront aux valeurs mêmes de notre nation et au rêve américain. Le pays est profondément divisé et le Président devrait se concentrer sur la réalisation de l'unité en créant un esprit de confiance et de respect, et en mettant fin aux raids cruels et insensés de l'immigration qui déchirent les familles. Les États-Unis sont et seront toujours une nation immigrante, et même si le président Trump continue de déshumaniser ceux qui font la grandeur de notre pays, la ville de New York restera forte et défendra notre statut de ville sanctuaire.” ### 市議長張晟 (Corey Johnson) 和市議員 Mathieu Eugene 共同發言 Re: 有關川普總統對海地和非洲的言語用詞 “川普總統關於海地和非洲的種族主義和煽動性言論,是對我們國家的價值觀和對美國夢的冒犯。 現在這個國家是分裂的,川普總統更應該要集中精神,團結一致,樹立信任和尊重的精神,結束無理殘酷移民襲擊和撕裂他们的家庭。美國永遠是一個移民國家,即使川普總統繼續把我們偉大的人民非人化,紐約市也將繼續捍衛作為庇護城市。” ### 시의장 코리 존슨과 시의원 매튜 유진의 합동 성명서 Re: 트럼프 대통령의 아이티와 아프리카에 대한 발언 “트럼프 대통령의 아이티와 아프리카에 대한 인종 차별 주의적인 발언은 우리나라와 아메리칸 드림의 가치에 대한 모욕입니다. 국가는 지금 깊이 분열되어 있으니, 대통령은 신뢰와 존경의 정신을 만들고, 또 가족들을 찢어 놓고있는 잔인하고 무의미한 이민 습격을 중단함으로써 화합을 이루는 데 초점을 맞추어야합니다. 미국은 언제나 이민자들의 국가이고, 트럼프 대통령이 계속 우리나라를 위대하게 만드는 사람들을 비하하여도, 뉴욕시는 계속해서 견고하게 성역의 도시로서의 지위를 지킬 것입니다.” ###

Speaker Corey Johnson attends the plaque dedication ceremony for Detective Steven Mcdonald on the anniversary of his death.

"La decisión de la administración de Trump de acabar con la protección de TPS para salvadoreños es inhumana y otro intento de destruir los valores americanos que valoramos. NYC continuará unida con nuestros inmigrantes y celebrando sus contribuciones vitales a nuestra Ciudad." Presidente del Concejo Municipal Corey Johnson

"Trump’s inhumane decision to end TPS for Salvadorans is yet another assault on the American values which we hold dear. NYC will continue to stand w/ immigrant communities and celebrate their vital contributions to our City".- Speaker Corey Johnson #HeretoStay