By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio On Tuesday, the New York City Council voted to pass a bill which requires the Department of Correction to inform incarcerated people– and their lawyers–when they are being held on a bail amount of less than $10. Activists working with incarcerated individuals have long been fighting to find a […]
Saheed Vassell’s supporters protest the New York Attorney General’s decision not to charge officers in his shooting
From a small office in New York, this organization recycles unused HIV medication to send to countries in need.
By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio Residents of a New York City public housing complex in Red Hook, Brooklyn, have been without heat for nine days now, with occasional shortages of hot water, as temperatures hit the low 20s this week. Those living at 31, 37, and 39 Centre Mall in East Red Hook Houses—a […]
One actor’s theater company focuses on telling the stories of disabled individuals
Those whose relatives were lost crossing the border know a special kind of pain