SAWSJ Sponsors Public Hearing in New York City

by Jennifer Berkshire In 1976, New York resident and then private citizen Ed ward Sullivan was faced with a tough decision. He could continue to teach English as a Second Language at New York University, where he’d been an adjunct faculty member for fifteen years–a job he loved–or he could run for the New York State Assembly. In the end, Sullivan’s wife made the decision for him; the position of Assemblyman, it seems, came with health insurance. It has been almost twenty-five years since Sullivan traded in the classroom chalkboard for the chambers of the Capitol building in Albany. But […]
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