Letters to the Editor
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I have attended many meetings proposing homeless shelters, and none have ever been calm. more
I recently received Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz’s propaganda mailer. His entire justification for turning himself into a one-man dictator and trampling the civil rights of his constituents has been this alleged fealty to science-based research regarding vaccinations. more
Nobody I know is racist. You are so focused on the macro, we will never heal. The more important vector is in our micro-relationships with neighbors, front-line workers, and all the humans we encounter in our daily lives. more
Even while encouraging New Yorkers to vote to make “your voices heard,” you fail to properly respect New York voters who, by a 55 percent majority, elected not to amend Article II of the state constitution, which currently limits the absentee ballot option to those who would not be available to vote in-person due to illness or disability, or due to geographical absence on the designated voting date. more
I have read every word of Alvin Gordon’s recent letter (re: “White people are victims of racism too,” Nov. 25), but I am not following what Michele Disco is saying in response. What is racist about what Mr. Gordon is saying? more
The Riverdale Main Streets Alliance and the South Broadway Business Improvement District of Yonkers are opposed to the city’s decision to fund the proposed homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway, to be developed by the African American Planning Commission for 130 single males. more
I am writing in support of Congressman Jamaal Bowman’s insistence the Build Back Better bill and the hard infrastructure bill be voted on in Congress together rather than separately. more
For several years, I lived one block away from the infamous Bellevue men’s shelter in Manhattan. more
As a father of a young child, and the city’s doctor, it has been especially meaningful for me to see so many brave children roll up their sleeves to get vaccinated against COVID-19. more
Kudos to Don Appel and his participation in an Alzheimer’s study. more
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