This week on MSNBC, a group of New York City activists gathered in front of the mayor’s office in the Bronx.
The protesters, known as the New Yorkers for Justice, were there to protest Mayor Bill de Blasio’s decision to end the city’s local advertising campaign.
The activists were protesting the move, which has been under pressure from business owners who say it hurts local businesses and consumers.
They have been gathering in front the mayorís office in front in order to voice their objections to the cityís local advertising.
In a video from the protest, an elderly woman can be heard saying: “This is just another slap in the face to businesses that depend on advertising dollars.”
The group said that they were there because they felt that the local advertising push had gone too far, as businesses had been forced to pay millions of dollars to local advertising agencies.
A representative from the group, Joe Bologna, said that the city had been paying about $8 million to local ad agencies.
“They’ve been paying for advertisements for the last two years.
We’ve been demanding that they stop,” he said.”
It’s like the NYPD is taking all these ads and sending them to these advertising agencies.”
Bologna said that this is a way to make a point to the mayor.
“We’ve asked them to stop the local ads, and they’re refusing to do it.
And it’s going to be very difficult for them to do so because of this pressure,” he added.
The local advertising policy is supposed to help businesses survive, while helping local residents.
But the protesters are calling on the mayor to reverse the decision.
“Local ads are an important part of New Yorkers success, but they are also an essential part of the economic vitality of New New York.
And that is why the city must maintain and continue to fund the local marketing program, as mandated by law,” the group said in a statement.”
The fact that the mayor is using this policy as a way of protecting his political interests and political agenda should not be tolerated.
Local advertising is essential for New Yorkers to keep businesses and neighborhoods thriving.”
New York City was the first US city to end local advertising after the New York Times reported in March that advertising agencies were being paid by companies such as Facebook and Amazon to run ads on local TV and online sites.
Facebook, which was then owned by Facebook, was also a major player in the local ad campaign.
But Facebook and other companies that are part of Facebook’s local ad program have said that local advertising is crucial to local businesses.
The City of New Orleans also announced last week that it was ending local advertising and would not pay to run local ads on its websites.
Local advertising has also been a big part of Mayor Bill De Blasio’s re-election campaign.
A poll by The New York Observer found that 74% of voters believed local advertising had a negative impact on their ability to make an informed decision about voting.