BY VIRTUE OF EXECUTIONS ISSUED OUT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, BRONX
COUNTY, in favor of THE CITY OF NEW YORK, JUDGEMENT CREDITOR and against JIMMEH CAMARA,
JUDGEMENT DEBTOR, to me directed and delivered, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, by Dennis Alestra DCA#
0840217., auctioneer, as the law directs, FOR CASH ONLY, on the 12th day of MAY, 2021, at 12:00 O’CLOCK IN THE
AFTERNOON AT: THE BRONX COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE, 3030 THIRD AVENUE, 2ND FLOOR, BRONX NY 10455,
in the county of BRONX all the right, title and interest which JIMMEH CAMARA, the judgement debtor, had on the
29th day of February, 2012, or at any time thereafter, of, in and to the following properties:
BRONX TIMES REPORTER, A BTR PR. 9-15, 2021 15
BY JASON COHEN
As children throughout NYC were
forced to learn remotely when the pandemic
began there was one glaring problem:
a lack of laptops.
In addition to the Department of Education
distributing devices to kids, many
elected offi cials and companies did so as
well. Hawk Newsome, political activist
and co-founder of the Greater New York
Chapter of Black Lives Matter, noticed
a growing need for tech resources while
delivering meals to his community in the
Newsome reached out to a longtime
friend Cynthia Johnson, who took to
social media to source monetary donations.
Shortly after that, Alek Manoah, a
pitcher on the Toronto Blue Jays, replied
to Johnson’s message on social media
and purchased 15 new laptops for families
who are part of Hawk’s mobile soup
kitchen “The People’s Food Program.”
While this donation was in June of
2020, it helped lead to the formation of
WonderKey Collective (WKC), a 501(c)
(3) in March. Its mission is to source, refurbish
and distribute technology and
related resources, such as portable Wi-
Fi devices, to underserved and underfunded
communities around the country.
“WonderKey started as an idea to
aid the challenges of remote learning
for families, schools and social workers
alike, but what made the organization
bloom was the inherent support communities
show when a call to action is
made,” Johnson said. “We started making
calls and it turned out that most people
are looking for ways to be part of a
solution. Hawk and Alek exemplify the
support and kindness that can be found
in every community.”
Johnson told the Bronx Times that
she and her colleagues are looking to
partner up with more organizations and
or schools in the Bronx as they realize
how much the pandemic impacted people
in the borough.
She stressed that is it a digital age
and kids must have the tools needed to
“We want go where the need is and
there’s clearly a need in the Bronx,” she
stressed. “Now we need to fi nd the proper
recipients for the laptops.”
WKC is currently accepting monetary
donations with plans to host a tech drive
in partnership with various New York organizations
to further source hardware
and software. All donated hardware will
be refurbished by WKC’s offi cial technology
partner Liquid Technology.
If interested, email eden@wonderkeycollective.
Laptops being donated to students in the south Bronx. Photos courtesy of Hawk Newsome
New nonprofi t provides
laptops to Bronx students
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881 LONGFELLOW AVENUE BRONX NY 10466
BLOCK #2761 LOT #138
Property located at 881 Longfellow Ave., Bronx, NY 10466 (Block 2761, Lot 138):
All that certain plot, piece or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate, lying and
being in the Borough and County of Queens, City and State of New York, bounded and described as follows.
BEGINNING at a point on the westerly side of Longfellow Avenue, distant 100 feet northerly from the corner formed
by the intersection of the westerly side of Longfellow Avenue with the northerly side of Seneca Avenue;
RUNNING THENCE westerly parallel with Seneca Avenue, 100 feet;
THENCE Northerly parallel with Longfellow Avenue, 25 feet
HENCE Easterly again parallel with Seneca Avenue, 100 feet to the westerly side of Longfellow Avenue and;
HENCE Southerly along the westerly side of Longfellow Avenue, 25 feet to the point or place of BEGINNING.
Sheriff of the City of New York
DEPUTY THOMAS VANROSSEM
3030 THIRD AVENUE, BRONX, NY 10455