Amid preparations for events to commemorate the three days of rioting that shook Brooklyn a quarter century ago, Bk Live hosted people who've managed reconciliation and observed the neighborhood's change.
For blacks marginalized by racism and whites wounded by economic isolation, being invisible is a problem. But as the party conventions and other recent events illustrate, being seen can create a different sort of injustice.
'No religious scruple, but rather tradition, dictates full-time religious study for some community members to the exclusion of state required subject matter. ' An op-ed.
Rachel Fee of the New York Housing Conference joins Gotham Gazette's Ben Max and Jarrett Murphy of City Limits to discuss whether the federal policies and programs that most affect housing affordability in New York City have been on the radar screens at the RNC or DNC.