Sandy Bernabei, a representative from The AntiRacist Alliance Responds To CE Latimer


Sandy Bernabei, a representative from The AntiRacist Alliance called out County Executive George Latimer at the “George Latimer Failed Us Rally” on Thursday, March 14th for his apparent lack of action in addressing the dire conditions faced by Black and Brown children in the county.

On Monday, April 1st at his Westchester Weekly Update, CE Latimer responded to Ms. Bernabei’s comments that were shared on Black Westchester (see video below).

After viewing Latimer’s comments, Ms. Bernabei, “Latimer responds to my video about how he failed us… video taken at the Rally. Minimizing the issues and said he would address his success at another time.”

“Becoming an AntiRacist County. Kings County Washington. This could have been us. But Mr. Latimer does not have the best interest of the bottom-stuck people of the 16th District on his mind nor in his heart. The people who “love” and support him are basically white people who really do not need anything from him. Rye, Scarsdale, and most of White Plains in NY16 are doing just fine other than the obsession with not paying taxes. They want him as their congressional leader so that he will go to Washington and vote to support Israel’s war machine. This is not the NY16 agenda. We have a marvelous representative who Latimer is wanting to unseat for NO GOOD reason. SMH He could have done great things in Westchester when he had the power to do so. He did not. Please read the document,” (below)

Anti RacistCounty2021 2022 by BLACK WESTCHESTER MAGAZINE on Scribd

“Money spent at mitigating systemic problems it’s like playing wacko. It’s like a waste. When for all these years, we asked him to join the government alliance on race and equity, become someone who could lead his county government- to develop a lens, to understand that these disparities exist in all the systems and that there were some things that we could do to ensure that we were moving towards the direction of better outcomes in all of the systems like public works, public safety, public housing, public education, public food anything that had to do with the public that was touched by county government. All could’ve been done with equity in mind-spending taxpayers’ money with equity to ensure that nobody is left behind… but no, it’s reactive like wackamo, like a mainstream politician without a systemic analysis.”

Westchester County Executive George Latimer is challenging Congressman Jamaal Bowman in the June 25th Democratic primary, Bowman is seeking a third term representing New York’s 16th Congressional District.

Share post:




More like this

Biden defends Israel after ICC requests arrest Warrant for Netanyahu for War Crimes

United States President Joe Biden has defended Israel against...

Mayor Adams Considering Revoking Diddy’s Key To The City


Paul Kwame Johnson’s Tribute to Langston Hughes By Allen Lang

On May 4th, for the Tenth Annual Yonkers Arts...
Verified by MonsterInsights