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Council Member Chin, one of the authors (photo: William Alatriste)
New York City has the opportunity to support Asian-Americans and women's health by opposing deceptively named, so-called "sex-selective abortion bans."
Zephyr Teachout, in yellow, with "fractivists" (photo: @zephyrteachout)
In her zeal to attach herself to Barack Obama at the recent Democratic debate in Charleston, Hillary Clinton at one point issued a
Gov. Cuomo in May, 2015 (photo: Office of the Governor - Kevin P. Coughlin)
The past several months have been one of the most tumultuous periods in New York State's educational history,
photo: Kevin P. Coughlin/Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
In his 2016 State of the State Address, Governor Andrew Cuomo promised to “invest $1 million to create an expert, non-partisan commission to
The Obama family visits Dr. King's memorial (White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)
In 1982, President Reagan signed the law that established a federal holiday to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
Steven Choi, the author
For years, advocates and community based organizations have urged the New York City Department of Education to increase translation and interpretation services to public school parents and
Mayor de Blasio with the city's mental health plan (photo: Mike Appleton)
Recently there has been a great deal of interest in young adult supportive housing without time limits or age caps.
Mayor de Blasio at his recent minimum wage announcement (photo: Michael Appleton)
Early this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a guaranteed $15 minimum wage for all city government
Gov. Cuomo & his infrastructure plans (photo via The Governor's Office on flickr)
We don't research and write about New York's rich transportation history because we get excited about subway tokens
Gov. Cuomo (photo: Kevin P. Coughlin/Office of the Governor)
The year 2016 could go down in history as the pivotal year in New York's fight against HIV/AIDS. Nearly 35 years after The