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New Yorkers attend a flag raising ceremony at the historic Bowling Green Park on Wednesday, March 23, to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people.

Advocates are pushing for a referendum on the November ballot to solve problems facing students dependent on busing, with a focus on those with

What will it take to make them succeed?

Jae Lee says meeting with university officials failed to quell feelings of being part of a second-class minority group on campus.

As a senior campaign adviser, she helped elect Kathy Hochul lieutenant governor and re-elect former Mayor Bill de Blasio

After five years of community organizing, advocates succeed in getting law preventing employers from discriminating against domestic workers. The next challenge is effective implementation.

As Mayor Eric Adams deems the city's composting program unviable, advocates and elected officials announce pushback

Following the introduction of legislation to defund harm reduction and overdose prevention centers, advocates held a protest in Manhattan this week. 

After the bill failed last year, activists and lawmakers are hoping Albany is finally ready to give formerly incarcerated individuals a second chance

Advocates for the homeless say that plan could amount to a continuation of ineffective policies if the city cannot follow through on the mayor’s

Changes in status of visas are sought to allow the 30,000 Ukrainian students in the U.S. to reduce course loads and accept jobs off-campus

After months of organizing, the employees of a Manhattan REI store voted on Wednesday to join the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union.

As Mayor Eric Adams plans to expand facial recognition technology to fight rising crime, new research suggests neighborhoods of color are being disproportionately surveilled

St. George Ukrainian Catholic Church held its second mass service on Wednesday, March 2 since the invasion.

NYC politicians take aim at the new apps promising speedy grocery deliveries, saying they may violate a swath of city rules.