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MCU Supports Early Child Literacy Program

In continuing our support of youth empowerment and education, MCU Board Chair James Durrah donated 50 copies of the 2017 Caldecott Medal winning children’s book “Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” to the Early Childhood Literacy Project in celebration of the initiative’s inauguration on Saturday, March 25, 2017. The Early Childhood Literacy Project was founded as a legacy service by retiring New York State Assemblywoman Annette Robinson, who represents the 56th District in parts of Bedford-Stuyvesant and northern Crown Heights.

“I’m very proud to support the Early Childhood Literacy Project with this donation on behalf of MCU,” said Mr. Durrah. “Assemblywoman Robinson has spent her career in public service dedicated and improving the lives of New Yorkers, especially children and families. This initiative is a wonderful legacy that speaks volumes to her commitment to our great city, its communities and especially its people.”

Assemblywoman Robinson was elected to her current position in a landslide in February 2012 and has spent decades dedicated to public service. Her commitment to serving families, fostering economic development and supporting community service are clearly demonstrated through her political advocacy and legislative agenda – which centers on protecting children and families, creating jobs and helping lift New Yorkers out of poverty.

“Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” was written by Brooklyn resident Javaka Steptoe and tells the story of the famous 1980’s street artist Jean-Michael Basquiat.

MCU Supports Early Child Literacy Program

In continuing our support of youth empowerment and education, MCU Board Chair James Durrah donated 50 copies of the 2017 Caldecott Medal winning children’s book “Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” to the Early Childhood Literacy Project in celebration of the initiative’s inauguration on Saturday, March 25, 2017. The Early Childhood Literacy Project was founded as a legacy service by retiring New York State Assemblywoman Annette Robinson, who represents the 56th District in parts of Bedford-Stuyvesant and northern Crown Heights.

“I’m very proud to support the Early Childhood Literacy Project with this donation on behalf of MCU,” said Mr. Durrah. “Assemblywoman Robinson has spent her career in public service dedicated and improving the lives of New Yorkers, especially children and families. This initiative is a wonderful legacy that speaks volumes to her commitment to our great city, its communities and especially its people.”

Assemblywoman Robinson was elected to her current position in a landslide in February 2012 and has spent decades dedicated to public service. Her commitment to serving families, fostering economic development and supporting community service are clearly demonstrated through her political advocacy and legislative agenda – which centers on protecting children and families, creating jobs and helping lift New Yorkers out of poverty.

“Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” was written by Brooklyn resident Javaka Steptoe and tells the story of the famous 1980’s street artist Jean-Michael Basquiat.

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