New data from the Robin Hood Foundation suggest an interesting relationship between emergencies like divorce, illness or arrest and the widespread phenomenon of intermittent poverty in New York City.
On Monday, October 17, the Justice for All Coalition (a coalition of concerned stakeholders in Long Island City) hosted a grassroots forum to explore the potential rezoning and issues like affordable housing, union jobs, the proposed BQX light rail, and displacement. Our coverage produced these two videos.
Responding to the East Harlem Neighborhood Plan, the Department of City Planning presented its long-awaited draft rezoning framework to East Harlem’s community board.
There was a time when the idea that one’s every move outside one’s home might be recorded seemed a little creepy.