Opinion

There’s still time to cancel a prescription drug benefit carve out from New York’s Medicaid managed care program designed by the governor’s predecessor.
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The pandemic’s harsh reality pointed out the difference between how the city operates and how it could run.
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Historically, city agencies have been too siloed and funding for programs too disparate to create meaningful improvements to people’s health.
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Knee-jerk responses to rising gun violence and shocking crimes have and will again have negative impacts on thousands of New Yorkers
We need to invest in making New Yorkers safe, but failed punitive policies, like reinstating cash bail for low level offenses, are not the answer.
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After New York City successfully opened the nations’s first legally operating overdose prevention centers, it’s time to open more of them across the state.
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The argument for subminimum wage laws has evaporated. Now it’s time for political leaders to catch up.
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Students doing crafts at a pre-k center in Flushing Meadows
With uncertain times because of COVID-19, music, art and theater can help students make sense of this ambiguity and invites them to explore new knowledge.
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Demonstrators call for cuts in funding for the New York City Police Department during a protest in Manhattan, June 5, 2021.
Advocates seeking to reform the New York City Police Department need to consider how it is funded and its institutional composition.
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Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, the presumptive next mayor of New York City.
It’s up to nonprofit agencies and the membership organizations that represent them to tell the next mayor and members of the City Council what they need – and soon.
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Leadership training.
The importance of making structural changes in organizations to support new leaders of color.
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