The Tribune Society hosted a membership drive and reception in Brooklyn's Family Court Tuesday afternoon. The society is the only African-American organization geared to court personnel and was founded in 1986 with the goal of consistently improving the administration of justice and ensuring equal opportunity for all who work in the New York Unified Court System serves. Seen here are members of the Tribune Society: Kysalene Dixon, Diane P. Smith, Keisha Kearse, Bentley B. Harrington, Bonita Knowles, Patricia Greene, Claudia Stewart, Julio Belizaire Jr. and Rashaun Blackett.
No sooner had attorney Bob Howe returned to Brooklyn than, as president of the Third Avenue Merchants, he hosted a timely "Employment Law Forum.” The program’s purpose was to inform local businesses of some dramatic changes in employment law that will accord employees enhanced legal status. … Full Article