The chair of Time's Up, Roberta Kaplan, resigned after the state attorney general's report found that she consulted with the governor's aides.
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About 45% of staff and board members who responded to the survey identified as people of color.
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Alphonso David, president of the Human Rights Campaign at the at the Human Rights Campaign Greater New York Gala in 2020.
The governor's top aides reached out to them while trying to discredit a former staffer accusing Cuomo of sexual harassment.
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Capitol Hill.
They say a proposed federal legislation aiming to speed up giving would stifle it instead.
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Toddlers playing with toys.
Access to licensed child care providers is also limited across the five boroughs.
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Protesters lined up on Broadway with signs criticizing Mayor Bill de Blasio and his treatment of homeless New Yorkers.
Advocates for homeless people are calling on the mayor to let them stay in hotels amid a surge in coronavirus cases.
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Woman looks at food package prepared by World Central Kitchen during COVID-19 pandemic.
Their proposal calls for all human services workers at city-funded nonprofits to make at least $21 an hour.
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Virtual public hearings focused on redistricting are being held throughout the summer.
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Form 990, an Internal Revenue Service form disclosing information about nonprofits.
The decline in filings was also seen nationwide.
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A protester in New York City holding a sign that says "If it's not systems change I don't want it."
A new report shows that most racial equity donations can't be tracked to recipients yet.
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