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The council of the city of Pittsburgh recognized Ashley G. Woodson aka Brotha Ash for his strong will, determination and belief in the African-American community by declaring Nov. 9 “Brotha Ash Productions Day” in Pittsburgh. Woodson also received a proclamation presented by City Councilwoman Tonya Payne. “I thank God for this great honor, City Councilwoman Tonya Payne, Darlene M. Harris, Theresa Kail Smith, Bruce A. Kraus, Jim Motznik, Douglas Shields, Patrick Dowd, William Peduto, Rev. Ricky Burgess and Rev. Melvin T. Jackson and everyone at City Council. I also thank my family and friends who came out to support me on this historical day. Mr. Rod Doss of the New Pittsburgh Courier is my mentor and I appreciate all the support that I continue to receive from you, everyone at the New Pittsburgh Courier and the city of Pittsburgh,” said Woodson.
BROTHA ASH WITH FAMILY
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