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Hundreds of former BMCC alumni turned out at the WTC information session including Jeanine Williams, a former BMCC student during the several months of the site's remediation. She subsequently developed breast cancer but did not make the connection until
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Hundreds of former BMCC alumni turned out at the WTC information session including Jeanine Williams, a former BMCC student during the several months of the site's remediation. She subsequently developed breast cancer but did not make the connection until
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Hundreds of former BMCC alumni turned out at the WTC information session including Jeanine Williams, a former BMCC student during the several months of the site's remediation. She subsequently developed breast cancer but did not make the connection until
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Hundreds of former BMCC alumni turned out at the WTC information session including Jeanine Williams, a former BMCC student during the several months of the site's remediation. She subsequently developed breast cancer but did not make the connection until she received a flyer in the mail from the college inviting her to attend. Her brother, New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, was also in attendance.
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Hundreds of former BMCC alumni turned out at the WTC information session including Jeanine Williams, a former BMCC student during the several months of the site's remediation. She subsequently developed breast cancer but did not make the connection until she received a flyer in the mail from the college inviting her to attend. Her brother, New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, was also in attendance.
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Bob Hennelly
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