Melisha Jackman with students in Cleveland, Ohio.
Melisha Jackman, the nonprofit’s executive director, discusses the first week of school and how they weathered the pandemic.
A student stands outside of a NYC high school.
But public health experts aren’t sure they’ll do enough to protect students and New Yorkers overall.
Gov. Kathy Hochul speaks at a press conference in Queens addressing the impact of Hurricane Ida on Sept. 2.
Kate Boicourt from the Environmental Defense Fund talks about what the state needs to prepare for future disasters and how to make those efforts equitable.
Cars speed down 5th Avenue in Manhattan.
Eric McClure, the executive director of StreetsPAC, spoke to NYN Media about the recent traffic death and Vision Zero’s shortcomings.
A vacant New York City public school classroom.
And why some city teachers unions have been pushing back.
Family Night Out hosted by the Mets ahead of Father’s Day for Tuesday’s Children families who lost loved ones on 9/11.
The organization’s executive director, Terry Sears, spoke with NYN Media about the nonprofit’s trajectory over the past 20 years and how it has expanded its mission.
Alphonso David, former president of the Human Rights Campaign.
After being ousted from the Human Rights Campaign, David has threatened the organization’s board with a “legal challenge” but does he have a shot at a successful suit?
“I think larger organizations have weathered the storm better,” Tiloma Jayasinghe, president and CEO of Community Resource Exchange, told NYN Media.
Small and midsized nonprofits were protected from being forced to shut down or merge thanks to government help.
A New Yorker being served a meal from Citymeals on Wheels.
Resilience and innovation can help resolve short-term challenges but there’s a long haul ahead.