Rikers Island
Advocates call for the release of detainees amidst worsening conditions at the jail and say that transferring inmates is not the solution.
Remote learning
Thousands of NYC public school students were without a home last year, causing interruptions to their learning.
Foreclosure sign
Nonprofit hospitals placed liens on thousands of New Yorkers’ homes, jeopardizing their chances to an economically secure future.
Pamela Maraldo
The not-for-profit’s chief executive officer Pamela Maraldo talks to NYN Media about the importance of financial literacy and economic empowerment for girls in NYC and beyond.
Kelley Wiliams
Executive director Kelley Williams of The West Side Commons talks to NYN Media about contract justice, navigating contracts and potential solutions the upcoming administration can take.
New York City apartment buildings.
The Executive Director talks to NYN Media about his work at Union Settlement, stepping down and his next steps.
Taxi strikers and NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams on Oct. 27.
Assembly Members Zohran Mamdani and Yuh-Line Niou broke a 15-day fast this week after the city reached a deal with one of the largest taxi medallion lenders.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul.
Kim is among many new appointments in Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration.
Kings County Family Court in Brooklyn.
The lawsuit claims that New York family court attorneys’ paltry pay is preventing their clients from getting adequate service.
Advocates and lawmakers are calling on Gov. Kathy Hochul to sign legislation that would require the state to collect more specific data on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo vetoed legislation to collect more specific data about Asians in the state, citing financial constraints. Asian American advocates say the data is needed now more than ever.