very beautiful evening with my party leader at Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari house, Ex. Chairman Senate PPP 🇱🇾 thank you madam @sherryrehman 🇱🇾 Pakistan People's Party 🇱🇾
the leader of the Opposition
thank you for the hi tea and arranging such a beautiful gathering, all the credit goes to
Syed Sibtul Hassan Bukhari,
insha'Allah, future Member of National Assembly.
thank you shahjee.. 🇱🇾🇱🇾🇱🇾
Meet this wonderful Dockay in the making.
Indeed an all encompassing fellow. One time this, one time that, two times nothing.
The class football coach. A Comrade with emphasis on the COM. This guy has experienced almost everything and never lets a stone unturned. We celebrate you today Rt. Hon. Rotr. Dr. SPOD (Stephen Precious Onyedikachi Dike). More wins bro.
In 2014 the incumbent delegate for Charleston’s 37th District announced plans to run for Congress. Following that news, Mike Pushkin, @mikepushkin, posed a “strictly hypothetical” question on Facebook: “How many of my friends live in WV’s 37th House district? And how many of those friends would consider electing a musician/cab driver with a progressive agenda to represent them?” Four weeks later the “Pushkin for House” page debuted, complete with a video of Pushkin driving his cab through Charleston and the hashtag #TaxiHippie . His campaign slogan? “I’ll take YOU there.”
The campaign opened with a voter registration drive at The Empty Glass, a local bar where Pushkin and his band, 600 Lbs of Sin!, play, and a fundraiser followed the next day at a local restaurant up the street. Pushkin also canvassed votes from the taxicab he drives on the daily, talking with passengers and offering voter registration forms — even while his cab displayed a paid advertisement for a GOP delegate. “Maybe one day he can return the favor and drive a cab with my sign,” Pushkin jokes.
On December 2014, the clerk of the House sweared in Michael Ari Pushkin, musician/cab driver, as a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates.
Photography by Craig Hudson, @chudsonphoto, 2018.
I find it rather surprising that Net Neutrality was going to ruin the Internet but I haven't seen it yet. Remember that? Liberals kept saying it was going to cost more, there would be less freedom of speech, the sky was falling!! Well since it passed we have found out about Instagram shadow banning conservatives, Facebook spying and selling personal information and banning conservative views, YouTube banning firearms videos and conservative or alternate views of YouTube, to the point a Vegan, animal rights activist showed up shooting! So what are the morons going to lie about next?! #liberal#conservative#democrat#republican#politician#government#corruption#election#maga#netneutrality#skyisfalling#icallbullshit
Democrats haven’t focused nearly as much on winning state and local races, which help build deeper community ties with voters on issues that actually affect their day to day life. Do local issues in your neighbourhood matter more to you than national issues? 👇
If he's the one in that photo 😮 (swipe) , then I must conclude that @sowore2019 is just another #politician coming with #politricks 😏to get ahold of power. Even tho I was never his fan😒, I didn't expect he'd go into political theatrics. I'm disgusted 🤢. #Sowore#nigeria
Assemblywoman Alicia L. Hyndman was elected to the New York State Assembly on November 10, 2015 in the 29th AD, encompassing the neighborhoods of Laurelton, Rosedale, St. Albans, Addisleigh Park, Hollis, Springfield Gardens and Jamaica. The daughter of Guyanese immigrants, Assemblywoman Hyndman emigrated to the U.S. from London, England as a young child. She spent her formative years growing up in Hollis & South Ozone Park attending public schools, PS 34, IS 109, JHS 226 & John Adams High School.
Assemblywoman Hyndman’s professional career spans over a decade and a half with the NYS Department of Education as a Senior Professional Conduct Investigator, overseeing trade and vocational schools. She previously has held many positions in the fields of education and higher learning including but not limited to: Counselor for the Brooklyn College Talent Search Program; Director of Minority Affairs at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine of NYIT; Assistant with the New York State Education Department Office of Higher Education. Assemblywoman Hyndman also helped create the Long Island Barber Institute which graduated hundreds of Queens residents, allowing them to obtain jobs and become entrepreneurs, and opening dozens of establishments throughout the Borough.
Visit www.guyanesegirlsrock.com to read her full bio... @aliciahyndman. #assemblywoman#newyorkstate#district29#queens#guyanese#politician#aliciahyndman#guyanesegirlsrock
What a truly wonderful day!
The people I met are incredible. You may or may not know that I had a store in this neighborhood for years.
It was "Dr Doo's - A Health Food Store For Animals"
I loved having my store in the heart of a vibrant and diverse community, so it was nice that I happened to come back to it & spend quality time walking and talking in it today.
I met quite a few old friends 😊💑
I feel honoured to have been a part of this incredible event put on by so many groups that work so tirelessly to help the people of our community that most people spend their lives avoiding.
The strength and resilience of these chronically homeless people is more inspiring and humbling than I can even begin to describe.
Count your lucky stars if you have a warm bed at night and food in your fridge. 🌟🌠💖
Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to the City of London and especially to London Cares for all the incredible & hard work you do.
And especially - thank you to the many homeless people of London for taking the time to let us ask you these personal questions & for being so gracious.