Supporters and opponents of bail reform in dueling press conferences point to a year worth of data released by the state to support their arguments.
A recent report conducted by the Rockefeller Institute of Government set out to quantify the economic impacts of such providers.
David Hansell discusses his accomplishments at the Administration of Children’s Services, his hopes for the agency under a new mayoral-administation, and the message he has for those who succeed him in an interview with New York Nonprofit Media.
The J.M.K. Innovation Prize received a record of 2,826 applications from all 50 states. The prize seeks to elevate innovators transforming social justice.
New York City’s Department of Correction commissioner and public defenders called for the immediate release of Rikers Island and other DOC facility detainees in a joint letter.
A survey conducted by the Community Service Society documents the needs of low-income New Yorkers amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Meredith Levine, senior director at the Jewish Association Serving the Aging, discusses how a new chat program is helping older persons not feel alone during the pandemic.