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Our world is seemingly dominated by the twists and turns of the nation’s largest corporations, where billions of dollars are constantly at play, and millions of jobs on the table. more
I was 17 or 18 the first time I took a bus to a march on Washington. It was a giant peace march against the war in Vietnam. Protesting to end the war was what got me involved in the political process in the first place. more
In the last courtroom in which I sat as a potential juror, huge brass letters stretching across the front wall spelled out the words “In God We Trust.” more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is crafted as an open letter to Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz We are your Jewish constituents. We are angry and disappointed at your cynical attempt to use the tragedies starting on Oct. 7 to attack other Jews whose views differ from yours, including Jews For Racial & Economic Justice and its political arm, The Jewish Vote. more
The turkey’s in the oven, the pumpkin pie is ready to be sliced, and the television in the living room is ready for some football. Thanksgiving is here once again — a time when we can celebrate all that we’ve achieved over the past year, and the importance of family and close friends. more
In the past month, we have seen an unprecedented loss of human life. First, there was the brutal attack on Israeli civilians and foreign nationals by the terrorist organization Hamas. Communities across the world are experiencing profound grief and fear. Here in the Bronx, I want you to know that I am with you as our community navigates deep sorrow and uncertainty. I am doing everything in my power as a state senator to provide comfort, support, and to ensure New Yorkers can feel safe. more
Re: “Palestinian solution needed,” Jennifer Scarlott, Nov. 9) To the Editor: Thank you Jennifer Scarlott for making explicit your support for rape, the murder of peace activists, and the abduction of children. We now know what you stand for; it is not justice, and certainly not peace. more
To the Editor: I was driving down my avenue this morning and when I reached the intersection at W. 234 Street & Tibbett Avenue and I saw that a CitiBike rack had been installed at the southwest corner. There were about 20 bays along a solar power panel atop a pole. more
More than 37 million people in the United States have diabetes, and 1 in 5 of them don’t know they even have it. That’s 7.4 million people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Let that sink in for a minute. more
My father had just one family member who survived after being deported to Auschwitz. more
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