New York News
AG Holder commemorates Black History month
CO-OP CITY, Bronx (WABC) -- Attorney General Eric Holder was born in Queens, but now lives in Washington as the nation's Chief Law Enforcement Officer, and Thursday night he was starring the Bronx.
Attorney General Eric Holder was the keynote speaker at an event celebrating Black History month in Co-op City.
During his speech the Attorney General spoke about growing up on the streets of East Elmhurst and Harlem and how it pushed him to become a lawyer.
Holder says he was inspired by the work of dedicated attorneys who helped restore hope, and rebuild dreams of so many people who faced terrible struggles.
new york city, eric holder, bronx, new york news
- Measles cases confirmed in Manhattan, Bronx 4 min ago
- AccuWeather: Milder, maybe a shower
- Live: Eyewitness News on 7online streamed live!
- Get WATCH ABC for your mobile device
- JFK baggage handlers charged with theft
- Victim in possible NYC 'knockout game' attack speaks out
- Wallington firefighter killed in blaze laid to rest 13 min ago
- Demolition underway after NJ fire; Questions linger
- Arrests in counterfeit health and beauty products case
- Bridget Kelly fights order to give up Bridgegate records
- Virus hijacks your computer till you pay
- Lehigh Valley Dairy recalls orange juice over milk concerns
- Ukraine base in Crimea under siege 20 min ago
- Photos: $3.25M summer home in Ocean City, NJ
- Wallington firefighter killed in blaze laid...
13 min ago
- Ukraine base in Crimea under siege
20 min ago
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos