Hector Oseguera Takes on the New Jersey Democratic Machine
New York has seen a wave of political upsets since 2018. On July 7, a former AOC campaign volunteer hopes to crack the power of the machine in New Jersey and takedown absentee Congressman Albio Sires.
There is Still Lead in Newark’s Water
The city has slowed its distribution of water and filters. Volunteer groups try to make up the difference.
Yuh-Line Niou Faces Down Wall Street On Its Home Turf
She hasn’t been afraid to buck the Albany establishment since winning Shelly Silver’s old Assembly seat in 2016. Now, Yuh-Line Niou faces a tough primary challenge in which the financial industry is seeking to install one of its own.
Open Streets for All: NYC’s Transit Future is Up for Grabs
The bike shop is the new club,” tweeted Danny Harris, executive director of Transportation Alternatives and now a member…
Queens Student Activist Gets NYC Pols to Return Cop Union Funds
Elected officials accept thousands of dollars each year from police. Aaron Fernando is calling them out.
Williams NESE Pipeline Defeated, Again
DEC denies water quality permit for the third time.
Front Line Appreciation Group is Keeping Restaurants in Business & Feeding Hospital Workers
But how long can relief efforts last?
Day Laborers Are Being Left Behind
Undocumented day laborers in Princeton, NJ are organizing relief efforts and pressuring Gov. Phil Murphy to take action. Across…
ICE Raids Continue Despite Corona Pandemic, Activists Launch In-Car Protests
New Jersey Chief Justice Stuart Rabner has signed an order calling for the temporary release of up to 1,000…