Interview with the young men from Scope Urban Apparel and Fly Syndicate for the Grassroots Grind Group web series The Grinder. [Via Grassroots Grind] For the second episode of the Grinder, we site down with Jamarhl Crawford, community activist, publisher / editor of Blackstonian.com, poet / Hip-Hop artist and current write-in / sticker candidate for District 7 City […]
Never in recent city history has a municipal candidate won a write-in campaign for office, but don’t tell that to Jamarhl Crawford.
If you take a map of the murders and violence that occurs in our city and overlay it with a map of the City Council Districts you will see that District 7 is ground zero.
“Dudley Square and Grove Hall areas need more than just a dedicated and beloved servant–they need someone willing to form massive and aggressive coalitions that will descend on City Hall like a mob. Longtime outspoken activist Jamarhl Crawford has proven he can apply such pressure. We recommend him for Roxbury”
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Get there on time! 8:30 pm so you don’t miss Jamarhl as he speaks to the community.
On Monday October 28th, several hundred residents came to Hibernian Hall for the RoxVote City Council Candidates forum.
Watch candidate Jamarhl Crawford on a panel with incumbent City Councillor and the other candidate in the race.
Jamarhl Crawford Candidate for District 7 Boston City Council
on BNN-TV “Friends For Farrakhan”
Thursday Morning 9am
Interviewed on The Morning Show
with Bro. Charles Clemons and Sunshine
TOUCH 106.1 FM
“We’re in a very critical time in our community,” Crawford told the crowd of more than 100.
“We’re doing the worst out of all the neighborhoods, we’re in most need of services, and we get the least,” said Crawford.
“My track record of service and my tangible results [sets me apart],” said Crawford. “I’m an activist and an organizer, not a politician.”
“His presentation harked back to an earlier time, when oratory glowed hot onto the faces of listeners; yet it also elicited more applause from the 100 or so voters on hand than either Jackson or Owens.”