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Vince Morgan talks Family vs Work, Zimmerman Verdict, + Music.

Vince Morgan

Vincent Morgan

2013 NYC Council Candidate Vince Morgan sat down with us to chat about a few topics including the upcoming election, juggling family & work and the controversial Zimmerman Verdict.

Interview by Shawn Thomas

Directed by Patrick Neree

2013 NYC Council Candidate Vince Morgan sat down with us to chat about a few topics including the upcoming election, juggling family & work and the controversial Zimmerman Verdict.

Here’s what he had to say on a few of those topics.

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Family vs Work

“Family is my number one priority I’m married to a great woman Shola Lynch who’s a Documentary Film Maker….so across the board I’m married to a very successful woman who’s actually  very busy as well and our lives seem to compliment each other because we our both very passionate about protecting our history and our culture.”

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Zimmerman Verdict 

“We live in a hyper-racial environment and the Zimmerman verdict should have reminded everyone that we we still live in a society where there is a different set of rules almost that apply if your black in the country or if your not”

Vince also gives his thoughts on today’s music stating that although he likes Jay-Z..

“I like the production value in his music and I think he’s one of the best Mc’s that’s out there right now, but what I do not like is the monotonous over and over laced with profanity type of music.”

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Vince urges us to vote as well stating..

“Vote! Vote! And Vote!  We need to make sure we actually vote for people in our local elections because that is going to tell the tale about where resources are distributed, how communities are built , how schools are overseen and how our communities can come together and make sure there is an environment to invest and take advantage of the investments that are happening.”

The election is on Tuesday September 10th!

Photography by Patrick Neree

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