Almost 145,000 children were signed up for New York City Scholarship accounts via NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program.
Residents in public housing deserve the same relief that millions of renters received across the state, but instead face mass evictions.
While there is continued improvement, an analysis finds that much remains to do for nonprofits waiting to get paid.
Such institutions are created by governments and charted to serve the public interest, rather than propping up harmful industries.
A move to digitize this correspondence has proved in the past to dramatically undermine the expressive and privacy rights of both incarcerated and unincarcerated people.
Nonprofit watchdog Housing Rights Initiative found that despite multiple efforts to protect the use of Section 8 vouchers, barriers for prospective tenants persist.
A new year brings opportunity for worthwhile discussions and there is tremendous relief that comes with chatting about our setbacks and being our true selves when seeking solutions.
Opinion: Hospitals that get tax breaks without fully reinvesting in communities hurt all New Yorkers
New legislation would create an office of health care accountability to reverse this trend and provide more affordable, accessible and transparent services.
Passing legislation to require pill distribution in public universities can relieve the pressure on clinical abortion providers and remove barriers to access for students.
Some organizations are paying for individual employee health claims out of pocket instead of through a monthly, fixed premium to a health insurance carrier.
New York’s congressional delegation should seize the moment to restore lapsed aid programs, pull kids out of poverty and put food on the table for millions of our neighbors across the state.
With budget season approaching, Albany should prioritize creating a sustainable and equitable payment structure for these institutions.
As pandemic-related disruptive behaviors continue in schools, mental health supports are the answer.
Eight current and former nonprofit executives weigh in on DEI effectiveness.
The law opens a one-year lookback window for survivors to come forward with legal claims against their alleged abusers.
New Yorkers just voted to redress racial inequality in our city. It should start with the schools.
Ensuring elderly justice is a priority with rising concerns over crime.
What should law enforcement do? Solving crimes, not running community centers, is the direct route to reducing crime and improving trust.
Here’s why the Asian American Pacific Islander community needs to be counted going into the midterm elections.