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Support for amendments would create loopholes to avoid compliance, advocates say
New York Nonprofit Media joined with nonprofit leaders and staff to honor this year’s rising stars.
The Sanitation Department said ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,’ but homeless advocates called the policy garbage.
The nonprofit’s new pay structure is meant to be as symbolic as it is a major help for the organization’s employees.
The expansion of both facilities aims to improve services and decrease wait times
Their cost-of-living increases were routinely cut out of the annual final agreement under then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The next generation of leaders who are serving the most vulnerable New Yorkers. By City & State
Minerva Tantoco discusses making artificial intelligence a positive for all communities.
The 16th Annual Women United Power of Women to Make a Difference Awards Luncheon benefitted ReadNYC and honored influential women.
With more decarceration efforts that addresses the needs of women and gender-nonconforming individuals, New York can set the stage for closing Rikers Island.
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