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They say the centers’ ties to New York City’s child welfare system, which disproportionately investigates Black families, will discourage parents from seeking support.
People hold up a sign that says "Eviction Free Zone" at protest.
Nonprofits and housing advocates say that distribution of rent relief needs to be sped up and the state's eviction moratorium should be extended.
Construction workers in action in Lower Manhattan.
A new report makes proposals for how help underserved communities in New York City.
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.
About 45% of staff and board members who responded to the survey identified as people of color.
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.
A COVID-19 vaccine dose and paperwork for the Pfizer vaccine.
Organizations contracting with the city must abide by the requirements that workers get the COVID-19 vaccine or else be tested weekly.
Capitol Hill.
They say a proposed federal legislation aiming to speed up giving would stifle it instead.
Members of Scholar Studio's managing team.
Their nonprofit aims to help younger students after a year filled with school closures and educational challenges.
Toddlers playing with toys.
Access to licensed child care providers is also limited across the five boroughs.
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