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Prudential Awards Grants to 54 Newark Nonprofits, Individuals

“We know a strong city is built on strong neighborhoods and we understand that those closest to the challenges in our community are best positioned to solve them,” said Lata Reddy, senior vice president with Prudential Financial and chair of The Prudential Foundation.

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Celebrate Black History Month in Newark: Panel Talk with ICC

Panelists will include Junius Williams, Esq., who is Newark’s official historian and author of the book, “Unfinished Agenda,” Newark branch NAACP President Deborah Smith-Gregory, People’s Organization for Progress Chairman Lawrence Hamm and New Jersey Environmental Alliance Executive Director Melissa Miles.

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Stop Poisoning Newark

The Ironbound section of Newark is a four-mile square community that includes three fossil fuel power plants, countless industrial facilities, three Superfund sites, an incinerator that burns millions of tons of trash each year, a bus depot, and the fifth-largest sewage treatment plant in the country.

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