Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: (re: “It’s North Bronx groups vs. Dinowitz on BDS,” June 2) Something is wrong at The Riverdale Press. The front-page, above-the-fold story June 2 is begun by Stacy Driks describing the support of some CUNY students and faculty for the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. more
To the editor: (re: “Sorry, this is not antisemitism,” June 9) I am writing in support of Councilman Eric Dinowitz and Councilwoman Inna Vernikov’s call for a hearing to investigate antisemitism in CUNY campuses, and to object to Wayne Price’s falsehoods about boycott, divestment and sanctions, and Israel. more
To the editor: Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz recently sent a campaign mailer that listed several of his supposed accomplishments with large checkmarks to the left of each one. more
To the editor: (re: “Biaggi: Blame Dinowitz for rape bill failure,” June 9) Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz: please don’t mislead voters! more
To the editor: The right local leadership is integral to the success of a community. more
To the editor: You just cannot vote for Jeffrey Dinowitz. No matter your politics. No matter your socio-economic status. No matter if you’re part of the “wokest” left or the most conservative right — or even if you long for the days of centrist politicians who don’t kowtow to extremes. Our too-long-in-office Assemblyman has equally abhorrent qualities for each of you. more
To the editor: Jeff Dinowitz, who has represented our community well for many years, is being challenged in the June 28 primary by Jessica Woolford. Although a new face for us, Ms. Woolford is not exactly a newcomer to politics, having been on the payrolls of a party committee, a mayor, a union and a U.S. Senator. more
To the editor: The Jan. 6 hearings have demonstrated how the normalization of lies in political communication has eroded our faith in government and in the validity of elections. more
To the editor: (re: “State makes big changes to the senate district lines,” May 26) Unfortunately, thanks to redistricting, Christian Amato can no longer continue to run for the state senate seat in our district. more
To the editor: (re: “125 years, and still going strong,” June 9) Thank you for your front-page story on DeWitt Clinton High School. more
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