Office Of Attorney General Holds Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration In The Bronx

NEW YORK, NY (September 21, 2007) - On September 20, 2007, the New York Attorney General, Andrew M. Cuomo, held a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration in honor of distinguished Hispanic New Yorkers whose contributions and actions have made New York a better state to live. Bronx Borough President, Adolfo Carri?n, Jr., was the host of the event where more than 120 people attended at the Bronx County Courthouse from 6 to 8:30 p.m.

The honorees included Rossana Rosado, the Publisher and CEO El Diario/La Prensa and Junior Su?rez, considered a Good Samaritan for helping to save the life of Gregory McCullough. McCullough was the driver of the tow truck who suffered extensive burns as a result of the Lexington Avenue steam pipe explosion on July 18th. Also honored that night was Sandra Ossorio, Board President of NOW-NY, Doris Qui?ones, Executive Director of the Bronx Tourism Council and three youth advocates, Marisol Ramos, Deisy and Mois?s Mendoza, distinguished for their work to promote the rights of immigrant children.

For more information contact the Intergovernmental Affairs Office at (212) 416-6044 or visit www.ag.ny.gov.


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