New York City Hall
After this year’s return to Somos, here’s how New York policy makers and incoming Mayor-elect Eric Adams can address the pressing needs of the city’s Hispanic population, especially after COVID-19.
Foundational parts of organizational infrastructure at many organizations has been tested and strained by the pandemic and will require new ways to equip nonprofits and their leaders so they can continue to do their work.
For some New York kids, three meals a day isn’t guaranteed. Here’s why Mayor-elect Eric Adams should change that harsh reality on Jan. 1.
The need to close the digital literacy gap that affects low-income New Yorkers, older adults and people of color is vital for the access of essential services and opportunities delivered by nonprofits.
Jacklyn Tacoronte, executive director of NYC Digital Media Center (second from left) at the new non profit's launch on Staten Island Wednesday.
The project will offer digital production and editing courses for young people.
Gov. Kathy Hochul signs the START Act into law.
Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Survivors of Trafficking Attaining Relief Together (START) Act, legislation supported by more than 100 organizations.
Prison bars
Activists hope to overturn the state’s sentencing laws that have disproportionately affected Black and brown communities for decades
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.