An experiment in green living leaves a mixed legacy.
A city program got homeless people stable again–until the funding ran out.
Chris Sprowal fought for the rights of homeless people–and nearly destroyed himself in the process.
Revisiting a tenant revolt at a Manhattan women’s residence.
Remembering Larry Conklin, the mayor of Bailey House.
How the workers of Cooperative Home Care Associates remade an industry.
A veteran of the Brooklyn Arms family shelter recalls her battles for dignity.