Eviction proceedings resumed Monday at the NYC Housing Courts. Tens of thousands of New Yorkers have been unable to…
This arcane Senate rule was used to thwart civil rights legislation in the 20th Century. In 2021, we cannot allow a Republican minority to use it to block progress for communities of color.
“We cannot cut our way out of this crisis,” say three democratic socialist candidates for City Council who are calling for higher taxes on the rich to fund investments in poor and working-class communities most harmed by the pandemic.
Few residents were spared the hardships caused by the winter storm including local journalists who fanned out to cover the story and then returned to their own freezing homes.
The historical precedent for anti-Asian violence in America is overwhelming and under-taught. Still, I find myself searching for excuses that diminish the very possibility that we are being targeted again.
Demonstrators from NYC-DSA and New York Communities for Change demand higher taxes on the wealthy at the doorstep of the politician who chairs the State Senate Finance Committee.
Public faith in science and rationality has declined as capitalism repeatedly fails to deliver on its promises.
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