Assemblymember Barron stands with CUNY students in their request to stop the CUNY cuts and the tuition increase.
Assemblyman Charles Barron addresses the media on his bill (A8364-A) which relates to prohibiting a grand jury from inquiring into an offense or misconduct that involves a shooting or use of excessive force by a police officer or peace officer that led or leads to the death or personal injury of a civilian.
Assemblyman Charles Barron, Councilwoman Inez Barron, Eric Garner's mother, Gwen Carr, and Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry are surrounded by supporters of Assemblyman Charles Barrons new legislation (A8364-A) to ban grand juries in police killing cases.
Eric Garner's mother, Gwen Carr, and Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry joined Assemblyman Charles Barron in support of new legislation to ban grand juries in police killing cases.
Misty Copeland and Assemblymember Charles Barron both beam with joy over her historic achievement.
Councilwoman Inez Barron and Misty Copeland.
Ballerina Misty Copeland was recognized by Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Council woman Inez Barron for her historic achievements. Ms. Copeland was recently named principal dancer for the American Ballet Theatre.
Assemblyman Barron Minimum Wage Debate
Assemblyman Barron debates in chamber.
Assemblyman Barron at the Governors State of the State Address.
Assemblyman Barron and Gottfried.
Assemblyman Barron and Senators Perkins and Parker welcome Brooklyn Regents.
Medgar Evers College representatives are greeted by Assemblyman Barron.
Assemblyman Barron explains his vote for the State Budget.
Bob Law honored on Juneteenth for his exceptional and prolific work for people of color.
Assemblyman Barron honors Bob Law for Juneteenth on the Assembly Floor.
Freshman Assemblymembers are welcomed to the Assembly Floor.
Assemblyman Barron and colleagues greet community supportive housing group Sistas' Place.
Assemblyman Barron and colleagues greet Gwen Carr, mother of slain youth Eric Garner.
Assemblyman Barron educates Assembly colleagues on the use of ethnic profiling and marginalization of colored people in communities.
Bill A.3949 Prohibits police officers from using racial and ethnic profiling.
Assemblyman Barron stands for quality education and equity amongst all school districts.
Assemblyman Barron stands behind his colleagues and Alliance for Quality Education in support of capping charter schools.
Assemblyman Barron continuing support of educators and the board of regents in providing an equitable and fruitful education.
Assemblyman Barron and colleagues debate for 2015 Annual State budget.
Assemblyman Barron fights for an equitable and fair 2015 State budget.
Assemblyman Barron supports A.6072, relating to global warning pollution control.
Bill A.3382 fights to establish and identify criteria the commissioner of environmental conservation should consider in publishing a list of high local environmental impact zones.
Assemblyman Barron debates for environmental justice in lower income neighborhoods
Bill A.3064 which aims to create a permanent environment justice advisory group for the State of New York.
Community members of Cypress Hills
Assemblyman Barron and Crespo welcome Cypress Hill community members
Assemblyman Charles Barron welcomed with open arms to the Chamber Floors
Assemblyman Barron and his Colleagues Haiti Press Conference (Haitian Reso K376)
Assemblyman Barron and his Colleagues Press Conference on the Peoples Priorities