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There’s definitely a problem in the hallways of Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy. And by the inaction of the principal and the city’s education department, it’s not getting better any time soon. more
To the editor: (re: “Take bigotry far away from here,” July 13) Responding to Adam Stoler’s sick diatribe and “chutzbah” using the Riverdale Press, a paper I respected for years. Sounds like I have no right to speak my voice on this platform. Last I looked, I still have my Constitutional right to speak my mind, but that right seems to be fading in America. more
To the editor: If one drives or takes the (detoured) Bx10 bus past Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, one sees large, colorful and tastefully designed banners with nicely rendered tigers’ heads and slogans like “Home of the Tigers,” “Tiger Pride,” “Tigers Together, Tigers Forever,” “Once a Tiger, Always a Tiger,” etc. more
To the editor: (re: “Why can’t we all just be nicer to each other,” July 20) As a social worker, our profession understands and supports basic human rights, regardless of one’s position in society. Basic human rights include freedom and safety. more
To the editor: (re: “Why can’t we all just be nicer to each other,” July 2023) Fatima Mohammed, who spoke at CUNY Law School’s graduation, was overtly anti-American, anti-New York police, anti-federal law enforcement. more
To the editor: (re: “Just who are you calling an antisemite in all this?” Sept. 14) Maybe Peter Wolf hates Jews. Maybe not. His years-long campaign in The Riverdale Press spreads lies about Jews and the Jewish state. It hides the endgame of those who seek to annihilate the Jewish state and destroy Jewish national identity (and not simply purify a particular Israeli government). more
““This issue will destroy New York City. Destroy New York City. We’re getting 10,000 migrants a month.” Those were the words of Mayor Eric Adams last week during a town hall with residents and electeds regarding the asylum seeker crisis. more
Some 158 million Americans voted in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, but 63 million eligible people could not because they weren’t even registered to vote. more
To the editor: (re: “How’s the ‘right to shelter’ going?” Sept. 7) The author of a recent letter to the editor states that he has no compassion for today’s immigrants because his own family had it worse. more
To the editor: As a highly trained pharmacist, I am concerned about thousands of people coming across the border without being vetted for communicable diseases. more
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