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Gotham Gazette

The Limits of Community Policing by Alyssa Aguilera and Alex S. Vitale | Mar 02, 2015 We share many of the recent concerns about overly aggressive, discourteous, and unlawful policing that have been raised in the last several months. Every day hundreds of mostly poor and non-white New Yorkers have unwanted and problematic interactions with […]

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PR: New York City Council Introduces Bill to Expand Life-Saving Benefits to Poor People with HIV

For Immediate Release Contact: Alyssa Aguilera, alyssa@vocal-ny.org, 917-200-1446 COUNCIL MEMBER COREY JOHNSON, ADVOCATES, PEOPLE LIVING WITH AIDS INTRODUCE BILL TO EXPAND LIFE-SAVING BENEFITS TO HELP END AIDS IN NEW YORK “HASA for All” legislation would expand housing and anti-poverty program to all low-income HIV+ New Yorkers New York, NY: A broad coalition of leading HIV/AIDS and […]

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PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, February 11, 9:30 a.m., 22 Reade Street, Lower Manhattan, NYC Media Contact: Dan Morris 917-952-8920 or Jennifer Flynn 917-517-5202  Advocates Slam City Plan to Sell Land for $1 to Luxury Developer New Campaign -> Instead of Giving Away Valuable Real Estate, Build Homes for the Homeless! New York, NY: As NYC reaches over 60,000 […]

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PR: Mayor’s State of the City Exposes Dramatic Need for Affordable Housing

For Immediate Release February 3, 2015 Contact: Jenifer Flynn, 917-517-5202 jennifer@vocal-ny.org MAYOR’S STATE OF THE CITY EXPOSES DRAMATIC NEED FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING Shelter Census Reaches All-Time High, but No Commitment to House Homeless New York, NY: Mayor de Blasio made affordable housing a cornerstone of his second year in office at today’s State of the […]

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