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Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, Racism and Police Violence

Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, Racism and Police Violence

What began as a gang in the area of Oldtown near the north side of Chicago in 1959 then became a Puerto Rican nationalist party that expanded to New York City [...] Read full article: Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, ...→

Opinion: 'Counselors Not Cops' is no Panacea for Schools

Opinion: 'Counselors Not Cops' is no Panacea for Schools

'To conclude, we do need to get cops out of schools. We also need to recognize that harm will continue if we do not have counselors and social workers who are [...] Read full article: Opinion: 'Counselors Not Cops' is no Pan...→

Op-Endorsement: Tapper's Life Lessons Make Her the Choice for the 15th District

'I think after years of little change it would be wise to pick someone who could be the vaccine of hope and change the neighborhood so desperately needs.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Tapper's Life Lessons Ma...→

Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Poverty Among Seniors

Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Poverty Among Seniors

Amid the debates about how the minimum wage or better schools might reduce poverty are a million New Yorkers who are largely beyond the reach of those policies [...] Read full article: Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Po...→

CLARIFY: The City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative For Youth : City Limits

CLARIFY: The City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative For Youth : City Limits

Since the fall of 2014, City Limits has operated a paid training program for high-school and college-aged students who learn and apply the skills of investigat [...] Read full article: CLARIFY: The City Limits Accountability ...→

About Us: City Limits

City Limits uses investigative journalism through the prism of New York City to identify urban problems, examine their causes, explore solutions, and equip com [...] Read full article: About Us: City Limits...→

Our Content Sharing Policy : City Limits

Our mission is to create a more just democracy by giving citizens the information they need to make smart, empowered decisions about the New York City’s most p [...] Read full article: Our Content Sharing Policy : City Limits...→

Steps to Boost Climate Resiliency Hit by Delays and Cuts, Thanks to COVID-19

Steps to Boost Climate Resiliency Hit by Delays and Cuts, Thanks to COVID-19

Budget cuts and delays in the planning process or construction on work threaten to bog down plans that critics thought were too limited to begin with. Read full article: Steps to Boost Climate Resiliency Hit by...→

Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquilinos y a pequeños negocios

Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquilinos y a pequeños negocios

Por mucho que la reapertura sea una prueba de si los neoyorquinos pueden evitar una segunda oleada de enfermedades, también revelará si las medidas tomadas has [...] Read full article: Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquili...→

2020 15th Congressional District Primary Archives : City Limits

‘There are 12 candidates running for this seat, but every indicator says that the race has narrowed and either Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. or Torres will win.’... Su c [...] Read full article: 2020 15th Congressional District Primary...→

In Depth Archives : City Limits

His campaign relies on Twitter and Facebook posts, pictures and videos capturing him doing old-school politics, like giving away food, toys and—since the coron [...] Read full article: In Depth Archives : City Limits...→

La estrategia de Díaz Sr. para el congreso es dar comida y no ir a debates

La estrategia de Díaz Sr. para el congreso es dar comida y no ir a debates

Su campaña se basa en publicaciones en Twitter y Facebook, fotos y videos que lo capturan haciendo política a la vieja usanza como regalar comida, juguetes y d [...] Read full article: La estrategia de Díaz Sr. para el congre...→

Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Related Illness that Sickens Kids

Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Related Illness that Sickens Kids

The state Department of Health on Thursday held a third webinar for providers about the syndrome. Experts say much remains unknown about the condition and the [...] Read full article: Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Rela...→

City’s Volunteer Sector Swells But Faces New Challenges in Coronavirus Pandemic

City’s Volunteer Sector Swells But Faces New Challenges in Coronavirus Pandemic

COVID-19 prompted a huge surge in volunteering. It also posed a number of new challenges both for the volunteers and the organizations they serve. Read full article: City’s Volunteer Sector Swells But Faces...→

Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Will Have Deeper Costs

Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Will Have Deeper Costs

Reacting to the drastic drop in city revenue, Mayor de Blasio has proposed shifting $1 billion in capital spending on his housing plan from this fiscal year an [...] Read full article: Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Wi...→

Your Voters' Guide for the 2020 Primary

Your Voters' Guide for the 2020 Primary

Twelve of the 13 Congressional seats that fall within the city are being contested, as are 10 State Senate districts, 27 Assembly posts, five judicial position [...] Read full article: Your Voters' Guide for the 2020 Primary...→

Jeanmarie Evelly, Author at City Limits

Damage seen on Burnside Avenue in the Bronx, June 2, 2020.... Jeanmarie Evelly is City Limits Youth Program Manager/Reporter. She is a veteran metro reporter, [...] Read full article: Jeanmarie Evelly, Author at City Limits...→

How Widespread Was Violence on New York's Nights of 'Unrest'?

How Widespread Was Violence on New York's Nights of 'Unrest'?

To get a better sense of what was seen around the city last week, City Limits surveyed all the city's 59 community boards to ask what violent unrest—and peacef [...] Read full article: How Widespread Was Violence on New York'...→

Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested Bronx Congressional Race

Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested Bronx Congressional Race

The only June 23 rce for an open seat, and the most crowded contest, is in the 15th district in the Bronx, where Rep. Jose Serrano and 12 candidates are vying [...] Read full article: Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested B...→

Opinion: A Call to Action from New York City's Nonprofit Leaders

Opinion: A Call to Action from New York City's Nonprofit Leaders

'Like all New Yorkers, we look forward to a return to normalcy. However, we do not seek a return to injustice, inequity, unfairness, marginalization, hatred, p [...] Read full article: Opinion: A Call to Action from New York ...→

Opinion: NYC's Nonprofits Need Help from Congress, the Fed

'Large nonprofits across the country are rising to the challenge and will be picking up the pieces for months, even years, after the curve flattens and falls.' Read full article: Opinion: NYC's Nonprofits Need Help from...→

Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Truly Control COVID-19

Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Truly Control COVID-19

'The resolve of all city government officials should reflect the central understanding that New York City will continue to be at risk of COVID-19 case surges u [...] Read full article: Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Tru...→

Opinion: Treat Homecare Aides as the Essential Workers They Are

Opinion: Treat Homecare Aides as the Essential Workers They Are

'We are not asking to be prioritized over doctors and nurses. We simply need to be given the same resources.' Read full article: Opinion: Treat Homecare Aides as the Ess...→

Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student Launches Group to Fight Racism

Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student Launches Group to Fight Racism

Bincheng Mao launched the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC) with some college friends, calling for young people to come fight aga [...] Read full article: Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student...→

commercial rent Archives : City Limits

Commercial tenants in Brooklyn are finding that the governor’s eviction moratorium hasn’t stopped their landlord from housing them for rent.... Rising commerci [...] Read full article: commercial rent Archives : City Limits...→

Recién llegados a la política buscan asiento en el congreso por el Bronx

Recién llegados a la política buscan asiento en el congreso por el Bronx

Presentamos los perfiles de los candidatos que no tienen carrera política y que vienen de organizaciones comunitarias. Read full article: Recién llegados a la política buscan asi...→

Virtual English Classes Offer Escape and Comfort for Immigrants During Lockdown

Virtual English Classes Offer Escape and Comfort for Immigrants During Lockdown

Some immigrants who are out of work during the pandemic are using the time to take English classes. 'To me, this has been a relief in the middle of the sad and [...] Read full article: Virtual English Classes Offer Escape and...→

Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters Swimmable

Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters Swimmable

With a few clicks of the delete button, New York State this week made a significant change to how the federal Clean Water Act applies to the waters around New [...] Read full article: Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters ...→

clean water act Archives : City Limits

DEP’s plan will cover the Hudson, Harlem and East Rivers, Upper and Lower New York Bay, Arthur Kill and Kill van Kull, and western Long Island Sound.... And th [...] Read full article: clean water act Archives : City Limits...→

Worries About the Pace of Progress Four Years After East New York's Rezoning

Worries About the Pace of Progress Four Years After East New York's Rezoning

Residents, community groups and the borough president’s office are voicing their concerns over whether benefits promised to the neighborhood are being delivere [...] Read full article: Worries About the Pace of Progress Four ...→

Opinion: Legislature Must Address the COVID Threat to People in Prison

Opinion: Legislature Must Address the COVID Threat to People in Prison

'Maintaining social distance and staying healthy is impossible in antiquated and crowded prisons. Yet elected officials have turned a blind eye to this ongoing [...] Read full article: Opinion: Legislature Must Address the CO...→

City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need More Than Ever, Face Their Own COVID-19 Crisis

City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need More Than Ever, Face Their Own COVID-19 Crisis

While much attention has been paid to the plight of the unemployed, advocates say another crisis is unfolding among the network of organizations that train, su [...] Read full article: City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need Mor...→

Opinion: Stop Taxing Unemployment Benefits

Opinion: Stop Taxing Unemployment Benefits

'Millions of New Yorkers receiving unemployment insurance benefits (UI) will be faced with one of UI’s absurd and counter-intuitive realities – the money is ta [...] Read full article: Opinion: Stop Taxing Unemployment Benefi...→

Opinion: There's No Distancing Ourselves from the Inequality that Shapes NYC

'There is one realistic pathway forward, and it involves all of the terms that terrify the establishment: radical change, revolution, and reclaiming our commun [...] Read full article: Opinion: There's No Distancing Ourselves...→

When Labs Go Online: For Some College Majors, Remote Learning Means Extra Hurdles

When Labs Go Online: For Some College Majors, Remote Learning Means Extra Hurdles

Classes for certain college majors, the move to remove learning has been especially jarring, as science labs and acting workshops don’t translate so easily to [...] Read full article: When Labs Go Online: For Some College Ma...→

City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chance to Play Again

City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chance to Play Again

The loss of a coaches-pitch baseball game here or high-school track meet there is, for sure, a minor tragedy. But it is not an insignificant one. Read full article: City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chanc...→

Push for More Aftercare Sources to Keep Families From Returning to Shelters

Push for More Aftercare Sources to Keep Families From Returning to Shelters

Advocates and providers say many more families need intensive ongoing support to avoid a return to shelter amid an historic homelessness crisis — even before t [...] Read full article: Push for More Aftercare Sources to Keep ...→

COVID-19 Prompts New Concerns About the Gowanus Rezoning

However, with the city’s Department of City Planning temporarily shuttered due to the crisis and Mayor de Blasio’s emergency order, local elected officials are [...] Read full article: COVID-19 Prompts New Concerns About the ...→

'Japan is Safer than NY': What It's Like to Study Abroad in a Pandemic

'Japan is Safer than NY': What It's Like to Study Abroad in a Pandemic

'I could sense panic in the emails I receive from my instructors.' News site NY Japion interviews a Japanese exchange student who was studying in New York when [...] Read full article: 'Japan is Safer than NY': What It's Like...→

Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan inglés se parece a una sala de emergencia

Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan inglés se parece a una sala de emergencia

Los defensores dicen que hay un déficit en el número de intérpretes para algunos idiomas, pero el coordinador de la oficina de acceso a idiomas dice que "no ha [...] Read full article: Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan...→

Third Strike for Williams Pipeline

Third Strike for Williams Pipeline

The Cuomo administration on Friday rejected for the third time a bid to build an underwater natural gas pipeline from the New Jersey coast to the Rockaways. Read full article: Third Strike for Williams Pipeline...→

It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race for Bronx Congressional Seat

It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race for Bronx Congressional Seat

All eight candidates on Thursday's debate stage are people of color, and three are women. Four are current or former public officials, while the others aren't— [...] Read full article: It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race ...→

Opinion: The Way We Visit Chinatown Planted Seeds for Today's Discrimination

Opinion: The Way We Visit Chinatown Planted Seeds for Today's Discrimination

'Nowhere is America’s problematic relationship to Chinese-Americans more apparent than on Doyers Street in Chinatown, Manhattan. To many, it's the Bloody Angle [...] Read full article: Opinion: The Way We Visit Chinatown Plan...→

Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Education our Heroes Deserve

Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Education our Heroes Deserve

These cuts don’t have to happen; in fact, this could be a moment to reverse the decades of debilitating disinvestment— lifting up the very people whose labor, [...] Read full article: Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Educat...→

Slow Start for City Fund to Help the Undocumented as Private Money Dries Up

Slow Start for City Fund to Help the Undocumented as Private Money Dries Up

Likely CBO partners have not received detailed information from the city about how the immigrant emergency relief program will operate. Read full article: Slow Start for City Fund to Help the Und...→

Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Park's Chinatown

Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Park's Chinatown

On a recent weekday, the scene on Eighth Avenue was reminiscent of the hustle and bustle before the pandemic. Between 60th and 56th streets about half the shop [...] Read full article: Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Par...→

Opinion: Correcting NYC's Health Disparities Starts With How We Do Contact Tracing

Opinion: Correcting NYC's Health Disparities Starts With How We Do Contact Tracing

'Public health dictates that the persons making the contact must be culturally competent, understand and speak the languages of the communities they are approa [...] Read full article: Opinion: Correcting NYC's Health Dispari...→

Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Officials on NYCHA

Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Officials on NYCHA

'As we know, the pandemic hit New York extremely hard; and yet unevenly. NYCHA tenants, including those in Astoria, Queensbridge, Ravenswood and Woodside House [...] Read full article: Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Offic...→

Video: The 2020 Campaign, as Seen from Chinatown

Video: The 2020 Campaign, as Seen from Chinatown

In the third and final part of the BRIC-City Limits series, we hear from a veteran New York City Chinese-language reporter about how her readers view the presi [...] Read full article: Video: The 2020 Campaign, as Seen from C...→

Transparency Key to Heading Off Qualms About Contact Tracing, Experts Say

Transparency Key to Heading Off Qualms About Contact Tracing, Experts Say

The concerns are not as much about flaws on the tracing program as they are on how little is known about who will get to see the data and how it will be protec [...] Read full article: Transparency Key to Heading Off Qualms A...→

Los desastres naturales afectan a la salud mental. Cuéntanos de tu experiencia

Los desastres naturales afectan a la salud mental. Cuéntanos de tu experiencia

Estamos investigando las consecuencias sobre el estrés que tienen los incendios forestales, los huracanes, las inundaciones, y ahora, además, el COVID-19. Nece [...] Read full article: Los desastres naturales afectan a la sal...→

'The Virus Spreads Faster Here': El Barrio Tops Manhattan's COVID-19 Rate

'The Virus Spreads Faster Here': El Barrio Tops Manhattan's COVID-19 Rate

East Harlem zip code 10029 had the most COVID-19 cases in Manhattan, city data shows. 'When a plague comes to New York, it always hits Harlem hard,' one reside [...] Read full article: 'The Virus Spreads Faster Here': El Barr...→

Así es como probablemente funcionará el rastreo de contactos en la ciudad de Nueva York

Así es como probablemente funcionará el rastreo de contactos en la ciudad de Nueva York

Para que el rastreo de contactos funcione bien, los funcionarios de la ciudad de Nueva York tendrán que empezar a educar a la gente en este concepto. Read full article: Así es como probablemente funcionará el ...→

Opinion: Cinco De Mayo is Cancelled, Support Mexican Essential Workers Instead

Opinion: Cinco De Mayo is Cancelled, Support Mexican Essential Workers Instead

'We write to ask all who love and celebrate our traditions to show a similar appreciation for the people whose culture you are consuming.' Read full article: Opinion: Cinco De Mayo is Cancelled, Sup...→

Live on 5/5: A Snapshot of COVID-19 Across NYC

Live on 5/5: A Snapshot of COVID-19 Across NYC

The stories student reporters from around New York have uncovered about life, death, human generosity, corporate greed and more. Read full article: Live on 5/5: A Snapshot of COVID-19 Acro...→

City Limits 2020 Media Kit : City Limits

City Limits 2020 Media Kit : City Limits

Get your message in front of the engaged readers of City Limits. Our readers are your public officials, and your neighbors down the block–they’re community lea [...] Read full article: City Limits 2020 Media Kit : City Limits...→

Here’s What Contact Tracing Will Likely Look Like in NYC

Here’s What Contact Tracing Will Likely Look Like in NYC

New York City is hiring 1,000 contact tracers with an immediate start date. For contact tracing to really work, we all need to understand what it means. Read full article: Here’s What Contact Tracing Will Likely ...→

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, Indian Point Must Close

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, Indian Point Must Close

'The terrible COVID-19 epidemic shows that unlikely catastrophic events occur if we wait long enough and do not take proactive measures to reduce the risks of [...] Read full article: Opinion: Now More Than Ever, Indian Poin...→

Opinion: Got Dreams of a PPP Loan? Get a Good Bank First

Opinion: Got Dreams of a PPP Loan? Get a Good Bank First

'You might consider applying to a CDFI, especially if you have a relationship with them.' Read full article: Opinion: Got Dreams of a PPP Loan? Get a...→

Opinion: How Defunding the NYPD Can Help End Subway Homelessness

Opinion: How Defunding the NYPD Can Help End Subway Homelessness

'The city and state must recognize that people who have experienced homelessness are the experts and listen to them, value and validate their experiences, and [...] Read full article: Opinion: How Defunding the NYPD Can Help...→

City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Waiting, as Budget Deadline Nears

City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Waiting, as Budget Deadline Nears

Organizations are prepared to run virtual programming that would be largely similar to their afterschool programs that continued during the height of the pande [...] Read full article: City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Wai...→

Opinion: Carbon Pricing and Racial Justice in New York

Opinion: Carbon Pricing and Racial Justice in New York

'Protecting Black and brown communities calls for an overarching approach that addresses everything from economics, health care and education to law enforcemen [...] Read full article: Opinion: Carbon Pricing and Racial Justi...→

Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Positions on Development

Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Positions on Development

While the borough presidency is not as powerful as it once was when the BPs had votes on the seven-member board of estimate that effectively ran the city, it s [...] Read full article: Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Po...→

Op-Endorsement: The Bronx Doesn't Need a Savior. It Needs Julio Pabon.

Op-Endorsement: The Bronx Doesn't Need a Savior. It Needs Julio Pabon.

'Pabon might be running for Congress but he is not a politician. You can hear the difference when he speaks from the heart and they read from a script.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: The Bronx Doesn't Need a...→

Elections : City Limits

Elections : City Limits

The candidates. The issues. Whether and how democracy gets delivered, each Election Day. Read full article: Elections : City Limits...→

Opinion: Brownsville is Waging its Own Fight Against COVID-19 and Racism

Opinion: Brownsville is Waging its Own Fight Against COVID-19 and Racism

'As a community, we are not taking a knee waiting on the government to provide solutions. We are exercising our power and local resources to develop the hands- [...] Read full article: Opinion: Brownsville is Waging its Own F...→

Mapping the Future : City Limits

Mapping the Future : City Limits

Mapping the Future investigates and explains the history, economics, politics and policies that shape the way land is used in the city of New York and beyond. [...] Read full article: Mapping the Future : City Limits...→

Our Impact : City Limits

Over the years, City Limits has exposed dozens of issues and elevated hundreds of voices. Here are just a few examples of areas where we’ve made a difference: [...] Read full article: Our Impact : City Limits...→

Opinion: The Only Essential Workers They Care About Are the Cops

Opinion: The Only Essential Workers They Care About Are the Cops

'COVID-19 took the mask off this truth: The only essential workers this country cares about are cops.' Read full article: Opinion: The Only Essential Workers They...→

Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Can Still Win This Race

Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Can Still Win This Race

'We do not need to be told which candidates are viable by people who do not live here, and do not understand the priorities of the people in the district.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Ca...→

Nepalese Embassy Begins Process for Citizens in the U.S. to Return Home

Nepalese Embassy Begins Process for Citizens in the U.S. to Return Home

Nepalis who are in the U.S. are asked to register with the the Nepalese Embassy in order to return home, following a COVID-19 lockdown in the country since Mar [...] Read full article: Nepalese Embassy Begins Process for Citi...→

Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas, racismo y violencia policial en Nueva York

Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas, racismo y violencia policial en Nueva York

'Es básicamente todo esto que ves ahora, pero en una versión más grande, más inflada, como si tuviera esteroides. Read full article: Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas,...→

Opinion: A Reopened Housing Court Must Protect New Yorkers of Color

Opinion: A Reopened Housing Court Must Protect New Yorkers of Color

'No landlord, attorney, court staffer or judge has yet made the argument that it is actually safe to open housing courts. ' Read full article: Opinion: A Reopened Housing Court Must P...→

In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy is to Give Out Food and Skip Debates

In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy is to Give Out Food and Skip Debates

His campaign relies on Twitter and Facebook posts, pictures, and videos capturing him doing old-school politics, like giving away food, toys and—since the coro [...] Read full article: In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy...→

Opinion: Now is the time for the New York Health Act

Opinion: Now is the time for the New York Health Act

'We have seen enough shortages of PPE equipment, testing kits, and hospital beds to convince us all that something different is needed. We need a unified appro [...] Read full article: Opinion: Now is the time for the New Yor...→

A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters and Small Biz

A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters and Small Biz

As much as the reopening is testing whether or not New Yorkers can avoid a second wave of illnesses, it will also reveal whether the steps taken so far are all [...] Read full article: A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters a...→

11237: One NYC Neighborhood in the Bloomberg Era : City Limits

11237: One NYC Neighborhood in the Bloomberg Era : City Limits

In the summer of 2009. City Limits took a deep look at one neighborhood—Bushwick, the geographic center of New York City—to gauge the successes and failures, t [...] Read full article: 11237: One NYC Neighborhood in the Bloom...→

Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let Them Organize Themselves

Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let Them Organize Themselves

'In our conversations with Gen Z New Yorkers about what keeps them from the polls, they cite three main factors: socioeconomic barriers, a sense of personal or [...] Read full article: Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let The...→

Heartbreak for Hispanic Businesses Impacted by Looting

Heartbreak for Hispanic Businesses Impacted by Looting

'I made a big sacrifice when I got into debt two years ago to start this business,' one bodega owner whose shop was ransacked told El Diario. 'I did it for my [...] Read full article: Heartbreak for Hispanic Businesses Impac...→

Sadef Ali Kully, Author at City Limits

Four of the newly constructed affordable housing projects now in the city's housing lottery. Some lawmakers worry that cuts to the capital budget will cut off [...] Read full article: Sadef Ali Kully, Author at City Limits...→

Visuals: A Weekend of Protest

Visuals: A Weekend of Protest

At peaceful gatherings in Brooklyn and the Bronx, the signs, scenes and shouts spoke for themselves. Read full article: Visuals: A Weekend of Protest...→

Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way

Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way

'Repealing Section 50-a is the easy part; the hard part will be in creating a new system that ensures police officer discipline is transparent to the public.' Read full article: Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way...→

Crisis Led to Shift in Senior Meals that's Raising Concerns

Crisis Led to Shift in Senior Meals that's Raising Concerns

New enrollees in NYC’s home-delivered meals program for seniors are being diverted to the city’s emergency food program—which advocates say doesn't deliver the [...] Read full article: Crisis Led to Shift in Senior Meals that...→

Death, Tears and 'Here Comes the Sun': A Hospital Worker Remembers

Death, Tears and 'Here Comes the Sun': A Hospital Worker Remembers

'Instead of a code, we heard something else — the first few seconds of a Beatles tune. Everyone sighed with relief.' Read full article: Death, Tears and 'Here Comes the Sun': A...→

As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth During COVID-19

As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth During COVID-19

As New York's COVID-19 cases began to skyrocket in late March, the same hospitals that filled with the sick and dying were where at least 66 women were giving [...] Read full article: As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth...→

East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Archives : City Limits

Bincheng Mao launched the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC) with some college friends, calling for young people to come fight aga [...] Read full article: East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and N...→

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs Nature, and NYC's Nature Needs Funding

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs Nature, and NYC's Nature Needs Funding

'As we start to recover from this pandemic, it’s clear that New York City’s investments in natural areas need to be sustained for both their short-term benefit [...] Read full article: Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs N...→

Opinion: Homeless New Yorkers Need Housing, Not Policing

Opinion: Homeless New Yorkers Need Housing, Not Policing

The mayor 'can and should secure vacant hotel rooms for homeless New Yorkers, including those who are street homeless.' Read full article: Opinion: Homeless New Yorkers Need Housi...→

Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany

Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany

The State Senate and Assembly voted Thursday to approve a bill to create a $100 million fund to pay rents for people who have lost income because of the COVID- [...] Read full article: Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany...→

Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable with Less Defense in NYC Courtrooms

Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable with Less Defense in NYC Courtrooms

'We’re urging the City Council to maintain funding for public defenders and help ensure that low-income New Yorkers have the support and services they need, an [...] Read full article: Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable wit...→

With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Polish Church Hosts Virtual Masses

With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Polish Church Hosts Virtual Masses

'A mass said to the familiar faces feels so much different than one said to a bare camera,' says the pastor at Holy Rosary Church in Jersey City. Read full article: With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Pol...→

Opinions: On June 23, Elect Champions for a Recovery for All

Opinions: On June 23, Elect Champions for a Recovery for All

'We need leaders who are fighting for a true recovery for all, and not just for band-aids to respond to the crisis and then try to return to the status quo.' Read full article: Opinions: On June 23, Elect Champions fo...→

City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interpreters

City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interpreters

There appears to be no accurate record of how many people per month or per year require the services of an interpreter to exercise their right to access to jus [...] Read full article: City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interprete...→

Voices of New York Video: Sundari, the Indian Goddess

Voices of New York Video: Sundari, the Indian Goddess

Sundari is originally from Guyana and currently resides in Far Rockaway, Queens. She has been performing since 2012 after being discovered at the Raj Kumari Cu [...] Read full article: Voices of New York Video: Sundari, the I...→

college majors Archives : City Limits

Classes for certain college majors, the move to remove learning has been especially jarring, as science labs and acting workshops don’t translate so easily to [...] Read full article: college majors Archives : City Limits...→

Outsider Brooklyn Congressional Candidates Lack Cash but Not a Critique

Outsider Brooklyn Congressional Candidates Lack Cash but Not a Critique

While it's safe to bet against both Lutchi Gayot and Isiah James, there's no such thing as a sure thing—especially not this year, when traditional campaigning [...] Read full article: Outsider Brooklyn Congressional Candidat...→

Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Plan

Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Plan

'Now is the time to double down on affordable housing, and build on the progress already made under the mayor’s ambitious housing plan. It is not the time to r [...] Read full article: Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Pl...→

Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dump, Our Dairy and Produce

Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dump, Our Dairy and Produce

'Food waste is troubling in the best of time, but given current hunger epidemic, it’s particularly shocking to see dairies dumping milk and farmers discarding [...] Read full article: Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dum...→

Opinion: NYC Needs a Real Plan to Improve Social-Distancing Compliance

Opinion: NYC Needs a Real Plan to Improve Social-Distancing Compliance

'Mayor de Blasio has shifted the police’s role. What comes next must be a smart, actionable plan that empowers local communities to educate, assist, and lead f [...] Read full article: Opinion: NYC Needs a Real Plan to Improv...→

Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's Farms Slip Deeper into Trouble

Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's Farms Slip Deeper into Trouble

In the farmland of upstate New York, when an undocumented farmworker loses her or his job it typically also means losing their shelter, because the farm often [...] Read full article: Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's...→

Opinion: COVID-19 and NYC's Heart of Darkness

Opinion: COVID-19 and NYC's Heart of Darkness

'We’ll never learn the names of people found dead in the subway or in their Rikers cell, preventable casualties of public austerity and incalculable racism.' Read full article: Opinion: COVID-19 and NYC's Heart of Dar...→

The Point CDC, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are teaming up to broadcast a cand [...]

The Point CDC, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are teaming up to broadcast a cand [...]

The Point CDC, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are teaming up to broadcast a candidate debate on Thursday, May 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be viewable o [...] Read full article: The Point CDC, Gotham Gazette and City L...→

Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Door to Evictions

Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Door to Evictions

'Instead of protecting tenants, the order puts the onus on tenants to prove they are entitled to not be sued or evicted.' Read full article: Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Doo...→

New Version of Cuomo's Evictions Ban Seen as Weaker

New Version of Cuomo's Evictions Ban Seen as Weaker

Did the governor’s new moratorium put 'tens of thousands of New Yorkers' at risk of being booted out of their homes? Read full article: New Version of Cuomo's Evictions Ban See...→

City's Basement Apartment Program Buried by COVID-19 Budget Cuts

The program aimed to test ways to legalize basement apartments as a way to create new, sanctioned affordable housing units for tenants and help the moderate-in [...] Read full article: City's Basement Apartment Program Buried...→

Rent Freeze Moves Forward: Watch The Key Rent Guidelines Board Vote

Rent Freeze Moves Forward: Watch The Key Rent Guidelines Board Vote

The board voted to authorize a rent freeze on one-year leases and the first year of two-year leases, with the second year on those leases capped at 1 percent. Read full article: Rent Freeze Moves Forward: Watch The Key...→

¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas para trabajadores indocumentados en la ciudad de Nueva York?

¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas para trabajadores indocumentados en la ciudad de Nueva York?

El programa de ayudas para indocumentados de la ciudad de Nueva York aún no arranca, la mayoría de organizaciones están abrumadas por el número de personas bus [...] Read full article: ¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas...→

Watch Tonight's Key Rent Guidelines Vote

Watch Tonight's Key Rent Guidelines Vote

The RGB's decision is the last likely policy tool to shape the landscape for landlords and tenants as the city enters a perilous economic era. Read full article: Watch Tonight's Key Rent Guidelines Vote...→

Opinion: A Lesson from the AIDS Crisis for Dealing With COVID-19

Opinion: A Lesson from the AIDS Crisis for Dealing With COVID-19

'The HIV crisis taught communities to care for their own. Then, as now, some governors and mayors are leading effective government responses in the face of a f [...] Read full article: Opinion: A Lesson from the AIDS Crisis f...→

Looming DACA Ruling Has Thousands of Essential Workers on Edge

Looming DACA Ruling Has Thousands of Essential Workers on Edge

More than 200,000 DACA recipients nationwide are considered essential workers in the pandemic. Read full article: Looming DACA Ruling Has Thousands of Ess...→

Are You a Natural Disaster Survivor? Tell Us About It.

Are You a Natural Disaster Survivor? Tell Us About It.

City Limits is teaming up with newsrooms around the country to survey the mental-health impacts New Yorkers have felt from climate disasters like Superstorm Sa [...] Read full article: Are You a Natural Disaster Survivor? Tel...→

Opinión: Este Cinco de Mayo, Apoyemos a los Trabajadores Esenciales Mexicanos

Opinión: Este Cinco de Mayo, Apoyemos a los Trabajadores Esenciales Mexicanos

'Escribimos para pedir a todos los que celebran nuestras tradiciones que muestren el mismo aprecio hacia las personas que están manteniendo esta ciudad y estad [...] Read full article: Opinión: Este Cinco de Mayo, Apoyemos a ...→

A Nursing Home Had One COVID Case. Then Came the New, Infected Patients.

A Nursing Home Had One COVID Case. Then Came the New, Infected Patients.

The award-winning home struggled to keep its workforce equipped, to separate the staff dealing with infected and non-infected people, and to understand what th [...] Read full article: A Nursing Home Had One COVID Case. Then ...→

contact tracing Archives : City Limits

New York City is hiring 1,000 contact tracers with an immediate start date. For contact tracing to really work, we all need to understand what it means. Read full article: contact tracing Archives : City Limits...→

Opinion: Closing Indian Point Puts Phantom Risks Ahead of Real Perils

Opinion: Closing Indian Point Puts Phantom Risks Ahead of Real Perils

'Shutting down Indian Point without building equivalent reliable renewable power is a catastrophic case of putting the cart before the horse, ensuring carbon l [...] Read full article: Opinion: Closing Indian Point Puts Phant...→

A Family Affair: Parents, Children and NYC's Homelessness Crisis Archives : City Limits

City Limits’ series on family homelessness in New York City is supported by Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York and The Family Homelessness Coalition. [...] Read full article: A Family Affair: Parents, Children and N...→

Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail in Early Primary Returns

Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail in Early Primary Returns

Two of New York City's members of Congress were in danger of losing the Democratic nomination for re-election after Tuesday's primary voting—although a large n [...] Read full article: Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail ...→

Polish American NYers on How COVID-19 Changed Their Plans

Polish American NYers on How COVID-19 Changed Their Plans

Read the original story in Polish at Nowy DziennikTranslated and condensed by Aleksandra Slabisz The COVID-19 pandemic forced many to revise their plans for 20 [...] Read full article: Polish American NYers on How COVID-19 Ch...→

Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afroamericanos: solidaridad y experiencias compartidas

Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afroamericanos: solidaridad y experiencias compartidas

La policía de Nueva York tiene el doble de latinos que negros. Pero los latinos que se han unido a las protestas dicen que el problema es mucho más que porcent [...] Read full article: Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afr...→

Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the best candidate for LGBTQ Bronxites

Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the best candidate for LGBTQ Bronxites

'Lopez understands that racism and homophobia doesn't just stem from individual prejudices, but from something more foundational: the inherently oppressive nat [...] Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the bes...→

Seniors' Housing Needs are a Special Challenge

Seniors' Housing Needs are a Special Challenge

Rents are rising for seniors as they are for everyone else. But a fixed income, vulnerability to harassment and age-related physical impairments raise the hous [...] Read full article: Seniors' Housing Needs are a Special Cha...→

Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wrong Priority for COVID-Scarred Nabes

Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wrong Priority for COVID-Scarred Nabes

During a press conference last month, the governor announced that he will seek out federal stimulus aid from the Trump administration for the estimated $2 bill [...] Read full article: Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wr...→

Get Involved with City Limits: City Limits

Sign up to recieve our newsletters, follow City Limits, send a news tip, become a member, donate and attend City Limits events. Get involved. Read full article: Get Involved with City Limits: City Limi...→

DONATE: City Limits

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You make our work happen. New Yorkers depend on us. For over 40 years, our journalists have held New York accountable for living by our ideals. We look out for [...] Read full article: DONATE: City Limits...→

Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westchester after Busy Lockdown

Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westchester after Busy Lockdown

El Centro Hispano in White Plains has been assisting families with food and housing insecurity during quarantine. The center reopened for the first time last w [...] Read full article: Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westche...→

Tenant Advocates Cheer Rent Freeze, Fear Housing-Court Restart

With the RGB vote largely a fait accompli following its earlier preliminary approval of the one-year freeze, housing advocates’ biggest concern has been the lo [...] Read full article: Tenant Advocates Cheer Rent Freeze, Fear...→

Op-Endorsement: Ritchie Torres for Congress

Op-Endorsement: Ritchie Torres for Congress

'There are 12 candidates running for this seat, but every indicator says that the race has narrowed and either Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. or Torres will win.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Ritchie Torres for Congr...→

The Coronavirus Crisis : City Limits

As New York confronts a deadly pandemic, City Limits brings you coverage about how the disease—and the response—will affect the most vulnerable Read full article: The Coronavirus Crisis : City Limits...→

Court Cases in Inwood and Flushing Test Mayor's Power Over Development

Court Cases in Inwood and Flushing Test Mayor's Power Over Development

An appeals court heard arguments over the annulled Inwood rezoning just days after activists sued over the approval process for the Flushing Waterfront plan. Read full article: Court Cases in Inwood and Flushing Test ...→

Daniel Parra, Author at City Limits

Daniel, City Limits' Spanish-language editor/reporter, is a seasoned investigative reporter from Colombia. He has worked as a freelancer for more than seven ye [...] Read full article: Daniel Parra, Author at City Limits...→

Budget Axe and Pandemic Padlocks Have Put City's Parks Under Pressure

Budget Axe and Pandemic Padlocks Have Put City's Parks Under Pressure

The mayor's decision to open parks but ban swimming has prompted an outcry. Meanwhile, proposed budget cuts to the already underfunded Parks Department threate [...] Read full article: Budget Axe and Pandemic Padlocks Have Pu...→

Opinion: Prevention Services Can Help NYC Avoid a Feared Foster-Care Surge

Opinion: Prevention Services Can Help NYC Avoid a Feared Foster-Care Surge

'Building on the great work these prevention services workers have done, why not surge the opening of new services to meet the expected demand?' Read full article: Opinion: Prevention Services Can Help NY...→

Community Boards Archives : City Limits

Inwood’s rhythms and feel seem unchanged a year after the rezoning. But physical changes are underway, with more to come.... The neighborhood has been in the m [...] Read full article: Community Boards Archives : City Limits...→

Opinion: It is Time for NYC to Reimagine Maternal and Newborn Care

Opinion: It is Time for NYC to Reimagine Maternal and Newborn Care

'Worldwide movements are underway to create a better post-pandemic world. We must also reimagine maternal and newborn care so that both are delivered more equi [...] Read full article: Opinion: It is Time for NYC to Reimagine...→

Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the New York Primary Ballot?

Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the New York Primary Ballot?

Judicial posts, important though they are, rarely see much campaigning or media coverage and are usually omitted from voters' guides. Read full article: Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the N...→

Opinion: Invest in Human Services, Not Over-Policing Our Communities

Opinion: Invest in Human Services, Not Over-Policing Our Communities

'The decision to decrease funding for social services while maintaining funding for the NYPD is the opposite of what our values should be.' Read full article: Opinion: Invest in Human Services, Not O...→

Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to Make June 23 Voting More Accessible

Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to Make June 23 Voting More Accessible

While advocates are happy they won this concession, it only applies to the June 23 primary. A lawsuit to make absentee voting in future elections accessible is [...] Read full article: Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to...→

How NYC's Prosecutors are Handling Protest and Looting Cases

How NYC's Prosecutors are Handling Protest and Looting Cases

There were concerns that a sudden influx of people into the city’s jails could exacerbate the spread of coronavirus among those detained. Read full article: How NYC's Prosecutors are Handling Prote...→

Pols Decry Cuts to City Capital Budget

Pols Decry Cuts to City Capital Budget

They say the reductions will exacerbate the housing crisis and worsen inequality—and not help the city close its budget gap. Read full article: Pols Decry Cuts to City Capital Budget...→

Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief in Greenpoint

Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief in Greenpoint

Commercial tenants in Brooklyn are finding that the governor's eviction moratorium hasn't stopped their landlord from housing them for rent. Read full article: Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief ...→

A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like Water'

A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like Water'

By the second speaker, a stream of people began peeling off and moving down Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard. 'F--k the speeches,' said one man, Read full article: A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like...→

Advocates Sue BOE to Make Absentee Voting Accessible for the Primary

The plaintiffs are already seeing some success outside of court, with the BOE passing a resolution to try to make PDF ballots available to some of those who re [...] Read full article: Advocates Sue BOE to Make Absentee Votin...→

Opinion: What's the Plan for New York City Youth this Summer?

Opinion: What's the Plan for New York City Youth this Summer?

'Summer programming is not just a fun alternative to school: It is child care for essential workers. It is educational stimulation that helps mitigate summer l [...] Read full article: Opinion: What's the Plan for New York Ci...→

Albany Shows its Work, and Eyes Deeper Reforms

Albany Shows its Work, and Eyes Deeper Reforms

Two state senators weigh in on what lawmakers have been doing during the COVID-19 crisis, the laws they are now passing and the deeper reforms some want to con [...] Read full article: Albany Shows its Work, and Eyes Deeper R...→

Cinco políticos locales esperan que la carrera del Bronx los envíe a Washington

Cinco políticos locales esperan que la carrera del Bronx los envíe a Washington

City Limits ha contactado a los cinco candidatos que cuentan con experiencia en cargos públicos y carrera política para presentar a nuestros lectores perfiles [...] Read full article: Cinco políticos locales esperan que la c...→

Opinion: Nonprofits Will Lead the Recovery—if we Give Them a Chance

Opinion: Nonprofits Will Lead the Recovery—if we Give Them a Chance

'We must protect and support these organizations so the critical staff and programs which our residents rely on can stay in place through the crisis and emerge [...] Read full article: Opinion: Nonprofits Will Lead the Recove...→

Toni Kamins, Author at City Limits

National Archives, NYS DOL... Inset: Martin Feldstein, one-time adviser to President Reagan. Background: increase in UI applications by region so far Read full article: Toni Kamins, Author at City Limits...→

Opinion: COVID-19 Shows the Need to Combine Housing with Healthcare

Opinion: COVID-19 Shows the Need to Combine Housing with Healthcare

'The COVID 19 pandemic boldly underscores the need for housing and health to be coordinated at the front end of planning a development project.' Read full article: Opinion: COVID-19 Shows the Need to Comb...→

Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawed COVID-19 Homeless Policy

Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawed COVID-19 Homeless Policy

'Twenty-five years ago, Mario Cuomo was known for his oratory. During his years in office, Presidents Reagan and Bush made him look like a paragon of virtue. B [...] Read full article: Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawe...→

In Chinese Community, Increased Competition for Pandemic Grocery Delivery Workers

In Chinese Community, Increased Competition for Pandemic Grocery Delivery Workers

The pandemic triggered a new business model in the Chinese community: customers ordering via ad hoc WeChat groups from self-designated delivery workers, who wo [...] Read full article: In Chinese Community, Increased Competit...→

2020 election Archives : City Limits

While it’s safe to bet against both Gayot and James, there’s no such thing as a sure thing—especially not this year, when traditional campaigning has been shel [...] Read full article: 2020 election Archives : City Limits...→

Opinion: What College Kids Lose at Online U

Opinion: What College Kids Lose at Online U

'Education’s response to the pandemic—which catapulted us fully online at breakneck speed—must be understood as an emergency measure, not an overall best appro [...] Read full article: Opinion: What College Kids Lose at Onlin...→

Preocupación por la vivienda de los trabajadores indocumentados mientras las granjas de Nueva York se hunden en problemas

Preocupación por la vivienda de los trabajadores indocumentados mientras las granjas de Nueva York se hunden en problemas

¿Qué les pasa a trabajadores agrícolas cuando una granja se enfrenta a una crisis económica - que podría acortar la temporada - en medio de una emergencia sani [...] Read full article: Preocupación por la vivienda de los trab...→

City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term

City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term

The pandemic forced the city to create a whole new food-distribution system. While there have been bumps, experts say the effort has been a success, Read full article: City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolv...→

Opinion: The Life of a Public Defender When COVID is on Offense

Opinion: The Life of a Public Defender When COVID is on Offense

'Men take the jail phone one by one to ask me questions. They beg me to contact their families so I can tell their families that they love them in case they di [...] Read full article: Opinion: The Life of a Public Defender W...→

Watch the 15th Congressional District Primary Debate Tonight

Watch the 15th Congressional District Primary Debate Tonight

The debate will be simultaneously translated into Spanish. Spanish speakers can watch the debate online and call in to 1 800-719-6100 for the Spanish audio. (A [...] Read full article: Watch the 15th Congressional District Pr...→

Brooklyn Congressional Primary Rematch Plays Out on a Changed Landscape

Brooklyn Congressional Primary Rematch Plays Out on a Changed Landscape

Two years ago, neophyte candidate Adem Bunkedekko came within 1,700 votes of ousting Yvette Clarke. They meet again this year. But they have company. Read full article: Brooklyn Congressional Primary Rematch P...→

Susanna Blankley, Author at City Limits

‘Instead of protecting tenants, the order puts the onus on tenants to prove they are entitled to not be sued or evicted.’... Despite little outreach by the RGB [...] Read full article: Susanna Blankley, Author at City Limits...→

Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacancy Bonus'

Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacancy Bonus'

A one-word change in a preliminary document could lead to a court fight over what the 2019 rent law really said. Read full article: Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacanc...→

Opinion: Social Workers Add a Holistic Touch to Contact Tracing

Opinion: Social Workers Add a Holistic Touch to Contact Tracing

'Social workers will help bridge the gaps between a healthcare system that often has failed people and the need to quell this pandemic.' Read full article: Opinion: Social Workers Add a Holistic T...→

Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also Essential Workers

Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also Essential Workers

'Working in low-income neighborhoods and in pockets of poverty in gentrified neighborhoods, these organizations have quickly pivoted to operating remotely whil [...] Read full article: Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also ...→

Big Field Vying for Bronx Congressional Seat: Watch the Debate

Big Field Vying for Bronx Congressional Seat: Watch the Debate

The Point CDC, Gotham Gazette and City Limits are teaming up to broadcast a candidate debate on Thursday, May 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. Read full article: Big Field Vying for Bronx Congressional ...→

Eric Adams Says Cops Should Not Enforce Social Distancing

Eric Adams Says Cops Should Not Enforce Social Distancing

'The police department has historical tension in certain communities. You’re now encouraging the largest interaction with these groups in history.' Read full article: Eric Adams Says Cops Should Not Enforce ...→

La mitad de los latinos vive en la ciudad y la otra se ha ido al área metropolitana de Nueva York

La mitad de los latinos vive en la ciudad y la otra se ha ido al área metropolitana de Nueva York

Esta tendencia se puede explicar teniendo en cuenta múltiples factores. 'Esto es parte de la experiencia del inmigrante en Nueva York. Le pasó a los italianos [...] Read full article: La mitad de los latinos vive en la ciuda...→

Opinion: The Public Health Threat of Arrest During COVID

Opinion: The Public Health Threat of Arrest During COVID

'It is reasonable to assume that the majority of people pushed to the brink by New York State on Pause are those who can least afford a $1,000 fine or a stay i [...] Read full article: Opinion: The Public Health Threat of Arr...→

Coronavirus Brings Hunger Crisis for Latinos in Queens

Coronavirus Brings Hunger Crisis for Latinos in Queens

Queues of Latino residents waited recently outside a community center in Corona to collect food and fruit. The line extended for two blocks. Read full article: Coronavirus Brings Hunger Crisis for Lat...→

Job Seekers Meet Obstacles and Opportunities Amid COVID-19

Job Seekers Meet Obstacles and Opportunities Amid COVID-19

Those who are actively looking for work face a new reality: While certain industries continue to hire in numbers, those positions available tend to be public-f [...] Read full article: Job Seekers Meet Obstacles and Opportuni...→

Opinion: ICE Detention Facilities Have Failed to Protect People from COVID-19

Opinion: ICE Detention Facilities Have Failed to Protect People from COVID-19

'The safe release of all people in ICE custody is the only reasonable solution to a global health crisis wreaking havoc in its jails. ' Read full article: Opinion: ICE Detention Facilities Have F...→

Opinion: How History Can Guide NYC to a Sustainable and Humane Recovery

Opinion: How History Can Guide NYC to a Sustainable and Humane Recovery

'The mayor and others would be wise turn to historians for specific examples of how Americans have used crises to imagine new futures, to envision policies for [...] Read full article: Opinion: How History Can Guide NYC to a ...→

It's Worse Than You Think Out There. Maybe Bad Enough for NYC to Borrow to Pay the Bills.

It's Worse Than You Think Out There. Maybe Bad Enough for NYC to Borrow to Pay the Bills.

The COVID-19 fiscal crisis has changed much about life in the city. Might it also weaken the prohibition against IOUs? Read full article: It's Worse Than You Think Out There. May...→

Can NYS Run a Safe Primary in June and Accommodate Voters With Disabilities?

Can NYS Run a Safe Primary in June and Accommodate Voters With Disabilities?

The governor’s order only allows for mailing in paper ballots and doesn’t provide an accessible way for those with visual impairments or dexterity issues to vo [...] Read full article: Can NYS Run a Safe Primary in June and A...→

Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, Racism and Police Violence

Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, Racism and Police Violence

What began as a gang in the area of Oldtown near the north side of Chicago in 1959 then became a Puerto Rican nationalist party that expanded to New York City [...] Read full article: Former Young Lords Reflect on Protests, ...→

Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail in Early Primary Returns

Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail in Early Primary Returns

Two of New York City's members of Congress were in danger of losing the Democratic nomination for re-election after Tuesday's primary voting—although a large n [...] Read full article: Some Incumbents Sweat While Others Sail ...→

City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Waiting, as Budget Deadline Nears

City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Waiting, as Budget Deadline Nears

Organizations are prepared to run virtual programming that would be largely similar to their afterschool programs that continued during the height of the pande [...] Read full article: City's Youth Programs are Ready, and Wai...→

Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afroamericanos: solidaridad y experiencias compartidas

Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afroamericanos: solidaridad y experiencias compartidas

La policía de Nueva York tiene el doble de latinos que negros. Pero los latinos que se han unido a las protestas dicen que el problema es mucho más que porcent [...] Read full article: Latinos, policías y las vidas de los afr...→

Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Positions on Development

Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Positions on Development

While the borough presidency is not as powerful as it once was when the BPs had votes on the seven-member board of estimate that effectively ran the city, it s [...] Read full article: Queens Borough Presidency Candidates' Po...→

Op-Endorsement: Tapper's Life Lessons Make Her the Choice for the 15th District

'I think after years of little change it would be wise to pick someone who could be the vaccine of hope and change the neighborhood so desperately needs.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Tapper's Life Lessons Ma...→

Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the best candidate for LGBTQ Bronxites

Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the best candidate for LGBTQ Bronxites

'Lopez understands that racism and homophobia doesn't just stem from individual prejudices, but from something more foundational: the inherently oppressive nat [...] Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Samelys Lopez is the bes...→

Elections : City Limits

Elections : City Limits

The candidates. The issues. Whether and how democracy gets delivered, each Election Day. Read full article: Elections : City Limits...→

Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Poverty Among Seniors

Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Poverty Among Seniors

Amid the debates about how the minimum wage or better schools might reduce poverty are a million New Yorkers who are largely beyond the reach of those policies [...] Read full article: Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Po...→

Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wrong Priority for COVID-Scarred Nabes

Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wrong Priority for COVID-Scarred Nabes

During a press conference last month, the governor announced that he will seek out federal stimulus aid from the Trump administration for the estimated $2 bill [...] Read full article: Foes of Cuomo's AirTrain Say it's the Wr...→

Mapping the Future : City Limits

Mapping the Future : City Limits

Mapping the Future investigates and explains the history, economics, politics and policies that shape the way land is used in the city of New York and beyond. [...] Read full article: Mapping the Future : City Limits...→

About Us: City Limits

City Limits uses investigative journalism through the prism of New York City to identify urban problems, examine their causes, explore solutions, and equip com [...] Read full article: About Us: City Limits...→

Get Involved with City Limits: City Limits

Sign up to recieve our newsletters, follow City Limits, send a news tip, become a member, donate and attend City Limits events. Get involved. Read full article: Get Involved with City Limits: City Limi...→

Our Impact : City Limits

Over the years, City Limits has exposed dozens of issues and elevated hundreds of voices. Here are just a few examples of areas where we’ve made a difference: [...] Read full article: Our Impact : City Limits...→

Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westchester after Busy Lockdown

Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westchester after Busy Lockdown

El Centro Hispano in White Plains has been assisting families with food and housing insecurity during quarantine. The center reopened for the first time last w [...] Read full article: Beloved Latino Center Reopens in Westche...→

Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Can Still Win This Race

Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Can Still Win This Race

'We do not need to be told which candidates are viable by people who do not live here, and do not understand the priorities of the people in the district.' Read full article: Op-Endorsement: Melissa Mark-Viverito Ca...→

Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquilinos y a pequeños negocios

Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquilinos y a pequeños negocios

Por mucho que la reapertura sea una prueba de si los neoyorquinos pueden evitar una segunda oleada de enfermedades, también revelará si las medidas tomadas has [...] Read full article: Oleada de legislación dirigida a inquili...→

Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas, racismo y violencia policial en Nueva York

Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas, racismo y violencia policial en Nueva York

'Es básicamente todo esto que ves ahora, pero en una versión más grande, más inflada, como si tuviera esteroides. Read full article: Young Lords reflexionan sobre protestas,...→

In Depth Archives : City Limits

His campaign relies on Twitter and Facebook posts, pictures and videos capturing him doing old-school politics, like giving away food, toys and—since the coron [...] Read full article: In Depth Archives : City Limits...→

The Coronavirus Crisis : City Limits

As New York confronts a deadly pandemic, City Limits brings you coverage about how the disease—and the response—will affect the most vulnerable Read full article: The Coronavirus Crisis : City Limits...→

In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy is to Give Out Food and Skip Debates

In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy is to Give Out Food and Skip Debates

His campaign relies on Twitter and Facebook posts, pictures, and videos capturing him doing old-school politics, like giving away food, toys and—since the coro [...] Read full article: In Run for Congress, Díaz Sr.'s Strategy...→

Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Related Illness that Sickens Kids

Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Related Illness that Sickens Kids

The state Department of Health on Thursday held a third webinar for providers about the syndrome. Experts say much remains unknown about the condition and the [...] Read full article: Lots of Unknowns Remain About COVID-Rela...→

Daniel Parra, Author at City Limits

Daniel, City Limits' Spanish-language editor/reporter, is a seasoned investigative reporter from Colombia. He has worked as a freelancer for more than seven ye [...] Read full article: Daniel Parra, Author at City Limits...→

A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters and Small Biz

A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters and Small Biz

As much as the reopening is testing whether or not New Yorkers can avoid a second wave of illnesses, it will also reveal whether the steps taken so far are all [...] Read full article: A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters a...→

Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Will Have Deeper Costs

Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Will Have Deeper Costs

Reacting to the drastic drop in city revenue, Mayor de Blasio has proposed shifting $1 billion in capital spending on his housing plan from this fiscal year an [...] Read full article: Advocates: Cuts to NYC's Housing Plan Wi...→

Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let Them Organize Themselves

Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let Them Organize Themselves

'In our conversations with Gen Z New Yorkers about what keeps them from the polls, they cite three main factors: socioeconomic barriers, a sense of personal or [...] Read full article: Opinion: Want Young People Vote? Let The...→

Jeanmarie Evelly, Author at City Limits

Damage seen on Burnside Avenue in the Bronx, June 2, 2020.... Jeanmarie Evelly is City Limits Youth Program Manager/Reporter. She is a veteran metro reporter, [...] Read full article: Jeanmarie Evelly, Author at City Limits...→

Community Boards Archives : City Limits

Inwood’s rhythms and feel seem unchanged a year after the rezoning. But physical changes are underway, with more to come.... The neighborhood has been in the m [...] Read full article: Community Boards Archives : City Limits...→

Sadef Ali Kully, Author at City Limits

Four of the newly constructed affordable housing projects now in the city's housing lottery. Some lawmakers worry that cuts to the capital budget will cut off [...] Read full article: Sadef Ali Kully, Author at City Limits...→

Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested Bronx Congressional Race

Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested Bronx Congressional Race

The only June 23 rce for an open seat, and the most crowded contest, is in the 15th district in the Bronx, where Rep. Jose Serrano and 12 candidates are vying [...] Read full article: Tune in for a Forum in Hotly Contested B...→

Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the New York Primary Ballot?

Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the New York Primary Ballot?

Judicial posts, important though they are, rarely see much campaigning or media coverage and are usually omitted from voters' guides. Read full article: Who Are Those Judges You'll See on the N...→

Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way

Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way

'Repealing Section 50-a is the easy part; the hard part will be in creating a new system that ensures police officer discipline is transparent to the public.' Read full article: Opinion: Fix 50-a, the Right Way...→

Opinion: NYC's Nonprofits Need Help from Congress, the Fed

'Large nonprofits across the country are rising to the challenge and will be picking up the pieces for months, even years, after the curve flattens and falls.' Read full article: Opinion: NYC's Nonprofits Need Help from...→

Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to Make June 23 Voting More Accessible

Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to Make June 23 Voting More Accessible

While advocates are happy they won this concession, it only applies to the June 23 primary. A lawsuit to make absentee voting in future elections accessible is [...] Read full article: Officials and Advocates Agree on Plan to...→

Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Truly Control COVID-19

Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Truly Control COVID-19

'The resolve of all city government officials should reflect the central understanding that New York City will continue to be at risk of COVID-19 case surges u [...] Read full article: Opinion: Focus on the 'Hot Zones' to Tru...→

As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth During COVID-19

As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth During COVID-19

As New York's COVID-19 cases began to skyrocket in late March, the same hospitals that filled with the sick and dying were where at least 66 women were giving [...] Read full article: As Those Around Her Died, She Gave Birth...→

Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student Launches Group to Fight Racism

Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student Launches Group to Fight Racism

Bincheng Mao launched the East Coast Coalition for Tolerance and Non-Discrimination (ECC) with some college friends, calling for young people to come fight aga [...] Read full article: Attacked for Wearing A Mask, NYC Student...→

Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief in Greenpoint

Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief in Greenpoint

Commercial tenants in Brooklyn are finding that the governor's eviction moratorium hasn't stopped their landlord from housing them for rent. Read full article: Commercial Tenants Desperate for Relief ...→

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs Nature, and NYC's Nature Needs Funding

Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs Nature, and NYC's Nature Needs Funding

'As we start to recover from this pandemic, it’s clear that New York City’s investments in natural areas need to be sustained for both their short-term benefit [...] Read full article: Opinion: Now More Than Ever, NYC Needs N...→

Recién llegados a la política buscan asiento en el congreso por el Bronx

Recién llegados a la política buscan asiento en el congreso por el Bronx

Presentamos los perfiles de los candidatos que no tienen carrera política y que vienen de organizaciones comunitarias. Read full article: Recién llegados a la política buscan asi...→

A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like Water'

A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like Water'

By the second speaker, a stream of people began peeling off and moving down Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard. 'F--k the speeches,' said one man, Read full article: A Rally, a March and a Command: 'Be Like...→

Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany

Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany

The State Senate and Assembly voted Thursday to approve a bill to create a $100 million fund to pay rents for people who have lost income because of the COVID- [...] Read full article: Rent Relief Bill Approved in Albany...→

Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters Swimmable

Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters Swimmable

With a few clicks of the delete button, New York State this week made a significant change to how the federal Clean Water Act applies to the waters around New [...] Read full article: Setback for Efforts to Make City Waters ...→

Opinion: What's the Plan for New York City Youth this Summer?

Opinion: What's the Plan for New York City Youth this Summer?

'Summer programming is not just a fun alternative to school: It is child care for essential workers. It is educational stimulation that helps mitigate summer l [...] Read full article: Opinion: What's the Plan for New York Ci...→

Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable with Less Defense in NYC Courtrooms

Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable with Less Defense in NYC Courtrooms

'We’re urging the City Council to maintain funding for public defenders and help ensure that low-income New Yorkers have the support and services they need, an [...] Read full article: Opinions: Don't Leave the Vulnerable wit...→

Worries About the Pace of Progress Four Years After East New York's Rezoning

Worries About the Pace of Progress Four Years After East New York's Rezoning

Residents, community groups and the borough president’s office are voicing their concerns over whether benefits promised to the neighborhood are being delivere [...] Read full article: Worries About the Pace of Progress Four ...→

Cinco políticos locales esperan que la carrera del Bronx los envíe a Washington

Cinco políticos locales esperan que la carrera del Bronx los envíe a Washington

City Limits ha contactado a los cinco candidatos que cuentan con experiencia en cargos públicos y carrera política para presentar a nuestros lectores perfiles [...] Read full article: Cinco políticos locales esperan que la c...→

With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Polish Church Hosts Virtual Masses

With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Polish Church Hosts Virtual Masses

'A mass said to the familiar faces feels so much different than one said to a bare camera,' says the pastor at Holy Rosary Church in Jersey City. Read full article: With Parishioners' Pictures on Pews, Pol...→

City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need More Than Ever, Face Their Own COVID-19 Crisis

City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need More Than Ever, Face Their Own COVID-19 Crisis

While much attention has been paid to the plight of the unemployed, advocates say another crisis is unfolding among the network of organizations that train, su [...] Read full article: City’s Workforce Nonprofits, In Need Mor...→

Toni Kamins, Author at City Limits

National Archives, NYS DOL... Inset: Martin Feldstein, one-time adviser to President Reagan. Background: increase in UI applications by region so far Read full article: Toni Kamins, Author at City Limits...→

City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interpreters

City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interpreters

There appears to be no accurate record of how many people per month or per year require the services of an interpreter to exercise their right to access to jus [...] Read full article: City's Courts Seen Lacking in Interprete...→

Opinion: There's No Distancing Ourselves from the Inequality that Shapes NYC

'There is one realistic pathway forward, and it involves all of the terms that terrify the establishment: radical change, revolution, and reclaiming our commun [...] Read full article: Opinion: There's No Distancing Ourselves...→

Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawed COVID-19 Homeless Policy

Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawed COVID-19 Homeless Policy

'Twenty-five years ago, Mario Cuomo was known for his oratory. During his years in office, Presidents Reagan and Bush made him look like a paragon of virtue. B [...] Read full article: Opinion: Past is Prologue to NYC's Flawe...→

college majors Archives : City Limits

Classes for certain college majors, the move to remove learning has been especially jarring, as science labs and acting workshops don’t translate so easily to [...] Read full article: college majors Archives : City Limits...→

City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chance to Play Again

City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chance to Play Again

The loss of a coaches-pitch baseball game here or high-school track meet there is, for sure, a minor tragedy. But it is not an insignificant one. Read full article: City's Young Athletes Wait for the Chanc...→

2020 election Archives : City Limits

While it’s safe to bet against both Gayot and James, there’s no such thing as a sure thing—especially not this year, when traditional campaigning has been shel [...] Read full article: 2020 election Archives : City Limits...→

Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Plan

Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Plan

'Now is the time to double down on affordable housing, and build on the progress already made under the mayor’s ambitious housing plan. It is not the time to r [...] Read full article: Opinion: Don't Gut the City's Housing Pl...→

COVID-19 Prompts New Concerns About the Gowanus Rezoning

However, with the city’s Department of City Planning temporarily shuttered due to the crisis and Mayor de Blasio’s emergency order, local elected officials are [...] Read full article: COVID-19 Prompts New Concerns About the ...→

Preocupación por la vivienda de los trabajadores indocumentados mientras las granjas de Nueva York se hunden en problemas

Preocupación por la vivienda de los trabajadores indocumentados mientras las granjas de Nueva York se hunden en problemas

¿Qué les pasa a trabajadores agrícolas cuando una granja se enfrenta a una crisis económica - que podría acortar la temporada - en medio de una emergencia sani [...] Read full article: Preocupación por la vivienda de los trab...→

Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dump, Our Dairy and Produce

Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dump, Our Dairy and Produce

'Food waste is troubling in the best of time, but given current hunger epidemic, it’s particularly shocking to see dairies dumping milk and farmers discarding [...] Read full article: Opinion: How We Can Eat, Rather than Dum...→

Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan inglés se parece a una sala de emergencia

Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan inglés se parece a una sala de emergencia

Los defensores dicen que hay un déficit en el número de intérpretes para algunos idiomas, pero el coordinador de la oficina de acceso a idiomas dice que "no ha [...] Read full article: Acceso a justicia para quienes no hablan...→

City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term

City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolve; Questions About Long Term

The pandemic forced the city to create a whole new food-distribution system. While there have been bumps, experts say the effort has been a success, Read full article: City's Efforts to Meet Food Crisis Evolv...→

Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's Farms Slip Deeper into Trouble

Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's Farms Slip Deeper into Trouble

In the farmland of upstate New York, when an undocumented farmworker loses her or his job it typically also means losing their shelter, because the farm often [...] Read full article: Housing Worry for Laborers as New York's...→

It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race for Bronx Congressional Seat

It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race for Bronx Congressional Seat

All eight candidates on Thursday's debate stage are people of color, and three are women. Four are current or former public officials, while the others aren't— [...] Read full article: It's Newcomers vs. Veteran Pols in Race ...→

Watch the 15th Congressional District Primary Debate Tonight

Watch the 15th Congressional District Primary Debate Tonight

The debate will be simultaneously translated into Spanish. Spanish speakers can watch the debate online and call in to 1 800-719-6100 for the Spanish audio. (A [...] Read full article: Watch the 15th Congressional District Pr...→

Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Education our Heroes Deserve

Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Education our Heroes Deserve

These cuts don’t have to happen; in fact, this could be a moment to reverse the decades of debilitating disinvestment— lifting up the very people whose labor, [...] Read full article: Opinion: Spare CUNY, and Save the Educat...→

Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Door to Evictions

Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Door to Evictions

'Instead of protecting tenants, the order puts the onus on tenants to prove they are entitled to not be sued or evicted.' Read full article: Opinion: Cuomo's New Order Opens the Doo...→

Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Park's Chinatown

Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Park's Chinatown

On a recent weekday, the scene on Eighth Avenue was reminiscent of the hustle and bustle before the pandemic. Between 60th and 56th streets about half the shop [...] Read full article: Businesses Begin to Reopen in Sunset Par...→

Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacancy Bonus'

Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacancy Bonus'

A one-word change in a preliminary document could lead to a court fight over what the 2019 rent law really said. Read full article: Rent Board's Subtle Move Revives 'Vacanc...→

City's Basement Apartment Program Buried by COVID-19 Budget Cuts

The program aimed to test ways to legalize basement apartments as a way to create new, sanctioned affordable housing units for tenants and help the moderate-in [...] Read full article: City's Basement Apartment Program Buried...→

Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Officials on NYCHA

Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Officials on NYCHA

'As we know, the pandemic hit New York extremely hard; and yet unevenly. NYCHA tenants, including those in Astoria, Queensbridge, Ravenswood and Woodside House [...] Read full article: Opinion: A Public Letter to Public Offic...→

Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also Essential Workers

Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also Essential Workers

'Working in low-income neighborhoods and in pockets of poverty in gentrified neighborhoods, these organizations have quickly pivoted to operating remotely whil [...] Read full article: Opinion: The City's Nonprofits are Also ...→

¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas para trabajadores indocumentados en la ciudad de Nueva York?

¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas para trabajadores indocumentados en la ciudad de Nueva York?

El programa de ayudas para indocumentados de la ciudad de Nueva York aún no arranca, la mayoría de organizaciones están abrumadas por el número de personas bus [...] Read full article: ¿Qué ha pasado con las ayudas económicas...→