The Trump administration has issued a directive halting the eviction of certain renters through the end of 2020 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus
Levittown, Long Island was set up, from its inception in 1947, to leave Black Americans out.
The People’s Organization for Progress (POP) participated in the National Reparations Day Rally on Saturday, Aug. 15, near the corner of Broad and Market Streets in Newark.
In Manhattan, where an apartment is typically gone in a New York minute, more than 13,000 units are sitting empty, according to a new report by Miller Samuel and real estate giant Douglas Elliman.
New York City renters have access to online resources to help prevent evictions and keep them stably housed with a newly launched tenant resource portal.
With the COVID-19 pandemic creating uncertainty as eviction moratoriums come to an end, officials are warning renters about the uptick in rental scams targeted at New Yorkers desperately looking for affordable housing.
As an economic crisis continues coupling with the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say that moratoriums on evictions are expiring soon which will lead to mass numbers of people who won’t have a place to live.
Housing activists and elected officials want New York State Gov. Cuomo to do them a solid and pass reform to keep them home.
Millions in funding will be shifted from the NYPD and to the New York City Housing Authority, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.
Formerly incarcerated leaders, advocacy organizations and elected officials held a rally organized by Community Alternatives outside of the Manhattan Detention Center demanding housing justice for formerly incarcerated New Yorkers.
“I swore on the day my son was murdered I would not stop until I get justice,” said Gwen Carr Saturday after the Eric Garner Anti-Chokehold Act was signed into law in New York
As protests around the city over the police killing of George Floyd continue, hundreds of demonstrators made their way down the Grand Concourse in the Bronx on Sunday, June 7, for the “We All We Got, We All We Need” ...
Hundreds of people gathered in Harlem Saturday for a peaceful rally and march against police brutality.
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by Minnesota police, New Yorkers were among the hundreds of thousands who took to the streets in outrage.
Chants of “no justice, no peace” and “prosecute the police,” continue from protesters across the United States.