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In a city where one in four New Yorkers is still in the process of learning English, City Hall is failing to take its own advice. In what can only
The New York Police Department has published a rule that could end the long-held and cherished right of protesters to proceed down the sidewalks of New York.
The 4-2 decision of the New York State Court of Appeals denying that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry was more than just a blow to the gay rights movement.
There is no constitutional right to marriage unless your partner’s sex is the opposite of yours, announced the New York State Court of Appeals. The 4-2 split could be summarized
Nancy Foner, a professor of sociology at the City University of New York, met recently with the Gotham Gazette Reading NYC Book Club to discuss her book, In A New
Good evening. I have asked for a few minutes of your time to discuss a matter of national importance -- the reform of America's immigration system. The issue of immigration stirs
Immigrants in New York City and across the nation took to the streets, probably for the first time in history, to voice their demand for reform of immigration policy. What
It won't be in time for June weddings, but the New York State Court of Appeals, the state's highest court, will hear a group of cases on May 31 arguing
As negotiations continue over New York City’s next budget, which begins on July 1, 2006, immigrant advocates are looking closely at the funding given for what is called the Immigrant
The recent wave of immigrant demonstrations throughout the country indicates a level of political engagement that seems to have caught many people by surprise. However, leaders of immigrant organizations in