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Gregory Floyd

Stories by Gregory

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Kandi Burruss to marry her beau

“Xscape,” a brand-new album featuring previously unreleased songs by Michael Jackson, will be released on May 13.

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Putting soul back in City Hall

Government at all levels can be a powerful tool to uplift people and make our communities better.

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Welcoming an era of shared visions

The start of a new year is always an exciting time. It prompts change and renewal for many of us, and for New York City, this new year also ushered in a new era.

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Toast to a new, improved New York

As Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio prepares to take his oath of office, we rejoice in the hopes that the new and improved New York.

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NYCHA is key to restoring a city for all

Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio won the election

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Our mission is possible

As the union representing workers responsible for maintaining New York City Housing Authority buildings, Local 237 Teamsters has had a front row seat for the mismanagement and incompetence that has plagued the agency for the last several years.

Time to right wrongs, set new course

We learned a lot from the Democratic primary election. Most importantly that the democratic process is still alive and well in New York—a city that often felt like it catered to the 1 percent more than the rest of us. Even though many unions did not stand together behind a single mayoral candidate, the labor movement came out in force and made a real difference in how New York will move forward.

Let’s put public housing on solid ground

While our rents continue to rise, chronic underfunding and mismanagement threaten the very future of New York’s public housing. Between 2002 and 2008, the city lost nearly 200,000 affordable rental housing units, according to the public advocate’s office, and the National Low Income Housing Coalition reported that 60 percent of all renters in the city cannot afford the market rate for a typical two-bedroom apartment, which is about $1,474, according to the city’s Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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Lessons learned from the storm

The race between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was more than a choice between two...

Put anger to work for the common good

The struggles for workers' rights and civil rights are, by nature, inseparable. The Teamsters Union...

Going forward with strength amid setbacks

Republicans stormed back into power in Congress and the national stage on November 2. Voters...

It's labor's time to shine again

Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana. These states are the front lines of the assault against the rights...