We can only hope that City Hall will finally put the New York City Fire Department on a fast-track to end its legacy of bigotry and racism in employment.
The city’s Districting Commission voted down the revised maps that were going to be submitted to the City Council last week.
New York State and New York City, home to the largest Puerto Rican and Dominican populations outside of the Caribbean, are all hands on deck in the wake of Hurricane Fiona that hit last week.
The political landscape is ripe for comment and critique. Almost every day, something happens to make you pause and wonder if it will ever stop.
PRESSURE!! It can burst pipes or make diamonds, right? It’s a relative condition, however. For instance, one would think that an Olympic silver medalist, current undisputed boxing champion and currently recognized as one of the ten best fighters in the world.
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Employees at the Trader Joe’s grocery store in Williamsburg, Brooklyn are planning to form a union.
Dietra Kelsey of Kelsey Productions presented excerpts of “Whose Side Are You On?” the hip-hop gospel musical combating gang and gun violence during Harlem Week at the first annual National Senior Citizens Day in Harlem.
More than 100 families of incarcerated people from across New York State held a series of concurrent rallies in six regions—Long Island, New York City, Westchester, Albany, Syracuse, and Buffalo—to call for an immediate end to the cruel Department of Corrections and Community Supervision package ban.
Little Amal, the 12-foot puppet representation of a 10-year-old war refugee from Syria, has been visiting various neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs this past month.