July 8, 2018 – Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez takes a photo with community members at the 50th Anniversary of the 111th Street Old Timers Festival.
September 29, 2017 – Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez and the owner of Auer’s Moving and Rigging Co. take a photo near a truck filled with donations for the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez visits the Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center with former New York First Lady Matilda Cuomo, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, and Gregory J. Morris, Executive Director of the Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center.
September 26, 2017 – Assemblymember Robert Rodriguez attends an event at the BioBus BioLab for the unveiling of their new mobile science center.
AM Rodriguez addresses constituents and panel at the NYCHA Town Hall Meeting.
AM Rodriguez poses with local Casabe senior dance troupe.
AM Rodriguez stands with local Youth of the Year Candidate Ciarra Leocadio.
The Assembly Member poses with local community activist Maribel Masso at a Night Out Against Violence event in East Harlem.
AM Rodriguez meets with local human services representatives to tackle the issues plaguing our 125st corridor.
Assembly Member Rodriguez, NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, and NYS Senator Jose Serrano at an East Harlem Peace march.
AM Rodriguez poses with some of our community youth at one of our local Family days.
AM Rodriguez honors the memory of local leader Vito Marcantonio with a New York State proclamation.
The Assembly Member on Halloween day reading at a local Boriken childrens event.
AM Rodriguez with local youth and SCAN CEO Lew Zuchman at his annual Youth Summit.
The AM at his annual Youth Summit event with partner SCANNY and leaders of our local police precincts.
AM Rodriguez speaking with Operation Equivalency participants accompanied by OE Founder Francisco Lantigua.
AM Rodriguez at the launch of the hire East Harlem initiative with NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito and members of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone.
The Assembly Member on a Developmental Disability panel with the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Caucus.
Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez serves his constituents at the Thanksgiving Dinner at Bonifacio Senior Center.
Assembly Members Marcos A. Crespo, Robert J. Rodriguez, Ken Blakenbush, Assemblyman Phillip A. Palmesano, and Francisco Moya.
Assembly Members Robert J. Rodriguez, Francisco Moya, Marcos A. Crespo, Phillip A. Palmesano, and Ken Blankenbush during their visit to the Covello Senior Center. The Assembly Members were able to appreciate the different programs available for senior citizens while they took a tour of the grounds.
Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez attends the SNAP Enrollment event at Covello Senior Center. The event aimed to reduce hunger and poverty among senior citizens by making them aware of their eligibility for food assistance.
Participants are welcomed to the Assemblymans Second Annual Senior Summit.
Christine Deska, Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez and Suleika Cabrera at Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguezs Second Annual Senior Summit.
Rodriguez with East Harlem constituents.
Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez greets the Audience at the 111th Street Old-timers Annual Stickball event. This celebration recognizes the traditions of the Hispanic Culture.
Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez attends the 111th Street Old-timers Annual Stickball event.
Assemblyman Robert J. Rodriguez accompanied by an East Harlem constituent during his visit to the Wagner Houses Annual Family Day.
Rodriguez welcomes seniors to the Senior Summit.
Assemblyman Rodriguez dedicated his presence in the Puerto Rican Day Parade to the memory of Joel Morales and reached out to the community to march with his family. Here, marchers hold posters while family members, students, teachers, and community supporters wear t-shirts to honor his memory. Onlookers waved flags and cheered the procession.
Assemblyman Rodriguez greets constituents during his visit to the Community Healthcare Network Helen B. Atkinson Center.
Assemblyman Rodriguez visits Senior Centers in the Community.
Assemblyman Rodriguez joins the Johnson Houses community Family Day.
Assemblyman Rodriguez celebrates a two-part mural sponsored by him, artist and activist Katie Yamasaki, Steps to End Family Violence and the NYC Department of Corrections. The Mural was designed by the incarcerated mothers dedicated to their children and the East Harlem Community.
Assemblyman Rodriguez addresses the community at a street renaming ceremony in honor of Cheyenne Baez, a young lady victim of gun violence.