The Howie the Harp center prepares students for outreach, counseling, advocacy and case management jobs.
A review of King Kong on 4th Street: Families and the Violence of Poverty on the Lower East Side, by Jagna Wojcicka Sharff, Westview Press, 1998, 258 pages, $18.
Defying statistics, the state is going to direct millions in housing aid to middle class districts upstate.
A lawsuit demands adequate housing for people with AIDS.
A new youth court is being under-utilized and depriving teenagers of alternative justice.
The leaders of the Social Security workers union are so busy plotting against each other, it’s a wonder anyone gets their retirement checks.
By representing pro-democracy union dissidents, lawyer Arthur Schwartz is doing well while doing good. Can he finally unseat untouchable maintenance union boss Gus Bevona?
The perils of bank consolidation.
Bedford-Stuyvesant’s Legal Services chapter has high-paid managers and a $1.4 million budget, but until recently it had zero staff attorneys. How one of New York’s poorest communities is struggling with substandard legal representation.
The teenagers of Lodi, New Jersey thought they had heard enough about the fatal factory explosion that killed five people in their town. Then they interviewed Jim Gannon.