Somehow, over 20 years ago, Abdur Rahman Farrakhan convinced the world he was a tenant advocate. That's why city housing officials and state courts helped him become the owner or manager, through several nonprofit organizations he heads, of 66 properties in Brooklyn. Since taking charge of the Ocean Hill Brownsville Tenants Association (OHBTA) in the 1980s, he has helped it grow from a small-time administrator of a handful of properties to its current prominence—managing more wretched buildings than almost anyone else... More >>>