Housing Works––which provides housing, healthcare, job training, legal assistance, and other supportive services for people living with HIV/AIDS––has spent the year disrespecting its workers and doing everything it can to deny their right to unionize
Nothing stops our Prevaricator-in-Thief from dispensing a barrage of lies, not even an interruption from the Secret Service about a shooting near the White House.
If people do not fill out the Census and are not counted, then they and their communities are not recorded and the allocation of resources are not distributed to them.
The lifetime risk of bone marrow cancer in the U.S. is less than one in a hundred, .8%.
Next month, a new school year will begin. In previous years, it was a time of uncertainty as parents had to acclimate their child to a new school––or to the school experience in general.
When a young John Lewis led hundreds of foot soldiers in a march over Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965, he and hundreds of non-violent protesters would be attacked with billy clubs and tear gas by Alabama state troopers and ...
President Donald Trump has rolled back a Barack Obama-era housing rule intended to halt racial segregation and eliminate racial disparities in American suburbs.
Congressman John Lewis marched, was almost killed and jailed for wanting a better America. He wanted an America where all of us would be treated fairly.
As a weatherman, epidemiologist, school master, foreign policy expert, environmentalist, economist and almost any other thing calling for insight and expertise, Trump has been a consistent failure.
Police reform legislation has been passed in a number of states, but none get to the heart of the issue.
I have always believed that bureaucrats working on behalf of the American people should be visibly politically neutral
The past few weeks we have seen some quite troubling visuals of secret police descending on cities across the country.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, New York City needed more affordable housing for the vast numbers of our neighbors living one crisis away from homelessness.
Trump’s fumbling incisiveness on the pandemic is but the latest iteration of his ignorance, insensibility and total disconnect from reality.
As oppressive summer temperatures, heated protests, and frustrations about the spiking COVID-19 pandemic rise, so too does the incidence of gun violence in New York and elsewhere across the country.