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The Rev. David K. Brawley


Rev. David K Brawley, pastor of St. Paul’s Community Baptist Church in East New York, Brooklyn, and co-chair of the community organizing group Metro-IAF, talks with THE CITY’s Executive editor Alyssa Katz about what it takes to build lasting community power, the homeownership legacy of the Nehemiah Homes, what Mayor Eric Adams should know about mobilizing faith in politics and much more.

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