ICONIC NYC IN THE NEWS!
Some of the press we have received.
Good Day New York
Alexandra Summa, 16, founder of the non-profit Iconic NYC, says she has an alternate plan for the site of the waste transfer station on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Fox 5 News
Speaking out against the E91st MTS with Linda Schmidt of Fox 5 News
GOOD DaY NEW York
Horse Carriage Advocate
SPEAKING ON CITY HALL STEPS
Mr. Mayor Driving a Carriage Horse is NOT Immoral
Through the Lens
Rally for jobs and horses
Yesterday, I attended a rally at City Hall for the Carriage Horse Industry. Hundred of drivers, workers and their families were joined by Teamsters, other union members, New Yorkers and animal lovers to protest the Mayor’s introduction of a bill in the City Council to ban the horses by 2016. It was a day of rallies at City Hall, rallies for and against the Carriage Horses, a “die-in” calling for a further inquiry into the death of Eric Garner. It is an important moment for the Mayor and Council to get their priorities straight
Good Day New York
Bringing our Post Card Campaign to TV!
Upper East Side Teen Fights to Keep Carriage Horses in Online Campaign
A 15 year old Yorkville resident founded a group that is fighting to keep carriage horses in NYC.
High Schooler Tackles Horse Carriage Issue With Maturity
High school student opposes horse carriage ban with a website, research and the help of her friends.
See my interview with Ti-Hua Chang of Fox News 5 after I was heckled by PETA.
The Draft Horse Journal
Even New York City's youth have gotten in on the action, in the form of IconicNYC.org. Brainchild of 15-year-old Alexandra Summa and some friends, IconicNYC prints postcards with photos of carriage horses and drivers, pre-stamped and addressed to the City Council.
Upper East Side Source
Alexandra Summa is fighting to preserve a tradition, with New York City's horse drawn carriage industry on the brink of termination. The 15-year old activist is using her voice and power of community activism to save what she believes is an important New York City tradition.