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Human Rights Law: Will It Become An Issue In The Mayoral Campaign?
  

Sep 16, 2005

The most comprehensive strengthening of the city’s human rights law in 14 years was passed overwhelmingly on September 15, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg -- who opposed the bill in public

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Campaign 2005: Much At Stake For Immigrants
  

Sep 01, 2005

There is no question that New York, with its nearly three million foreign-born residents representing 200 ethnicities and speaking 175 languages, is a city of immigrants, as it always has

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Mayoral Issue Grid: Civil Rights
  

Aug 15, 2005

Mayoral Issue Grid CIVIL RIGHTS -Use City Contracting Power for Civil Rights Issues? -Gay Marriage? For decades, the city government has its enormous financial power to

Street Vending Licenses
  

Aug 01, 2005

Maria Samba, a 49 year-old immigrant from Ecuador, makes a living by selling flavored ices in the summer and hot dogs in the winter. Like many other undocumented immigrants, Samba

Howard Beach Is Not Alone
  

Jul 06, 2005

When Nicholas “Fat Nick” Minucci, 19, a white man, fractured the skull of Glen Moore, 22, an African American, with a baseball bat while yelling racial epithets in Queens on

Immigration Reform
  

Jul 01, 2005

Teddy Lim, an immigrant from China, is about to enter a limbo. After graduating from business school last year, he was given a practical training card – a piece of

Immigrant Drivers Win A Victory
  

Jun 17, 2005

Should people who are not in this country legally have the legal right to drive an automobile? Is a driver’s license anything more than a way to assure public

The Education Equality Act
  

Jun 01, 2005

When Catalina Martinez, a Mexican immigrant, first received a notice from her son’s school, she did not think much about it because she didn’t understand what the letter said. But