A leader of the local Black Lives Matter protest movement announced his run for an at-large city council seat on Tuesday afternoon.
Zellie Thomas, a school teacher, is now among more than a dozen people vying for three available council seats.
“I am running because I recognize the immense challenges and the potential of Paterson. I believe the only way to build a future that works for every member of the community is with a political revolution,” Thomas said in his announcement. “Only then can the …read more
Source: Paterson Times