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Interview with Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis (NY-11)

RAMPA News guest is Nicole Malliotakis – US Representative for New York’s 11th Congressional District since 2021 – representing Staten Island and southern Brooklyn. She serves as the only Republican Congress Representative in the City of New York. Malliotakis talks about her connection to Polish-American community in...
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Hate toward immigrants from Eastern Europe, including Polish-Americans, in Brooklyn

While working on an Open Street story for Radio RAMPA, a post by Brooklyn Community Board 1 member Ryan Kuonen, was brought to our attention by the head of Berry St. Alliance Shannon Phipps. In the post published March 17, Kuonen, known on social media as “ryanlachica“, posted: “Holy f*ck – the exhaustion/anger/rage I have for white peoples (specifically today immigrants from Eastern Europe in the 70/80/90s that won’t admit to the white privilege behind their property ownership in Nyc) Lord help me not knock their fucking teeth out. Reparations Now!”
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“Lights on Glendale” – one of the best Christmas lights displays in NJ

Visit 13 Glendale Dr. in Manalapan, NJ – that is where “Lights on Glendale” delight people from near and far, for a second year in a row. The mesmerizing display of lights, “dancing” to the most beloved Christmas songs, is created by Nick and Vanessa Antanies. It is Nick who designs how the lights are going to align with music, and Vanessa who designs this Christmas wonderland. Worth noting is also the fact, that each of 50 thousand LED lights that are there, was installed by hand, in a particular manner.

Interview with NYC Council District 33 candidate, Elizabeth Adams

Rampa News guest is Elizabeth Adams, Democratic Candidate running to represent District 33 in NYC Council. Elizabeth Adams, who currently works in councilman Steven Levin’s office, discusses her plans with regards to NYPD reform, small businesses, COVID recovery, as well as universal childcare. #POLISHAMERICANVOTE we encourage to go out and...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Press Conference with Robert Holden, District 30. councilman, running for reelection

Councilman Robert Holden, representing district 30. in New York City met with Polish-American Media during a press conference organized as part of #PolishAmericanVote initiative. Councilman Holden represents Maspeth, Ridgewood, Middle Village, Woodhaven and Woodside. In 2021 Democratic primaries, he is running for reelection. Councilman Holden discusses city’s his plans and...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Interview with NYC Brooklyn Borough President candidate, Robert Cornegy

Rampa News guest is Robert Cornegy, councilman representing district 36. in NYC Council, who is running in the election for Brooklyn Borough President. Robert Cornegy is a Democratic Candidate, who believes that NYPD needs reform, not a reduction in head count. He endorses Eric Adams for NYC Mayor, and is convinced, that public safety is essential in “bringing NYC Back” from the pandemic.
BROOKLYN, NY

Interview with NYC Council District 33 candidate, Lincoln Restler

Rampa News guest is Lincoln Restler, a Democratic Candidate for NYC Council in District 33. which includes Greenpoint. Lincoln Restler has been involved in NYC politics for many years, e.g. serving as a senior advisor to Mayor Bill de Blasio. Aspiring to become a councilman, representing the district in which he lives, he shares his vision for Greenpoint neighborhood.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Interview with NYC Council District 33 candidate, Ben Solotaire

Rampa News guest is Ben Solotaire, a democratic candidate for New York City Council, representing District 33. Currently, Solotaire serves as a Community Liaison and Director of Participatory Budgeting for City Councilmember Stephen Levin. He was a member of the Steering Committee of Participatory Budgeting NYC for 8 years. Solotaire...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Liver Transplant Living Donor needed

Family of 61-year-old Cory Margolis from New York City is asking Radio RAMPA to share this message – if the right person decides to help, another person’s life can be saved. Cory Margolis is a close friend of one of Radio RAMPA’s listeners from New York City. In march of...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Press Conference with Curtis Sliwa, candidate for NYC Mayor

Curtis Sliwa, Republican candidate for NYC Mayor, met with Polish-American Media as a part of #PolishAmericanVote initiative. Sliwa talks about his Polish heritage – he declares, that once he is elected Mayor, he will make sure Polish-American voice is not ignored in New York City anymore. Curtis Sliwa is pro-police,...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Father Popiełuszko statue in Greenpoint vandalized

The statue of Father Jerzy Popiełuszko in Greenpoint was vandalized. The perpetrators placed trash all around the statue. Additionally, the head of Father Popiełuszko’s statue was covered with a plastic trash bag. Additionally, there were anti-Polish slogans written on the statue, and a specific moustache was drawn on Father Popieluszko’s...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

#PolishAmericanVotes

All major Polish-language ethnic media in New York City would like to encourage eligible residents of the City of New York to register to vote in the upcoming elections for NYC Council and NYC Mayor. The primaries are June 22. The main election is November 2. To check if you...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Interview with Eric Adams, candidate for NYC mayor

Rampa News guest is Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, Democratic Candidate for NYC Mayor. Eric Adams has been Brooklyn Borough President since 2014. Before that, he served in the New York State Senate representing 20th Senate District in Brooklyn. Adams served in NYPD for 22 years, rising to the rank of captain. While at NYPD, Eric Adams was an advocate for criminal justice reform, spoke against police brutality and racial profiling.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Interview with Maya Wiley, candidate for NYC Mayor

Rampa News guest is Maya Wiley, Democratic Candidate for NYC Mayor. Maya is a racial justice and equity advocate; she served as Counsel to the Mayor Bill de Blasio on, among others, civil and immigrant rights, women and minority owned business contracts. She served as a Chair of the Civilian Complaint Review Board, and Co-Chair of the School Diversity Task Force. She also was a University Professor at New School.
NEW YORK CITY, NY