Tag Archives: Opinion

Ayotzinapa

September 26th marks four years since 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Teachers’ College in Guerrero, Mexico were forcibly disappeared...
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An Easy Fast
Un ayuno fácil

Yom Kippur, el más sagrado de los días santos para el pueblo judío, fue observado recientemente. Es muy grande. Incluso quienes...
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UC Recap – September 17 – September 22

Fall is here, folks and the season Uptown is something special. One of the great joys of living Uptown is all of the truly exceptional parks...
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UC Recap – September 10 – September 15

The people have spoken. Before we even get into who won what, let us bask for a moment in the turnout for the election this past Thursday...

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“Some continue to give all”
“Algunos continúan dando todo”

17 years ago, when terrorists attacked the World Trade Center firefighters and first responders across New York City did as they always do – raced...
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UC Recap – September 3 – September 8

Woolrich has tapped the iconic Lauryn Hill to be the face of its Fall/Winter 2018 campaign, Woolrich: American Soul since 1830. Shot by...

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UC Recap – August 27 – September 1

Hundreds of folks came from near and far for the 30th Anniversary of the Riverside Jam. Electrical mishaps and a slight change...

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UC Recap – August 20 – August 25

If you are like me, then you are suffering from a severe case of Trump fatigue. The man is a straight up sociopath and he is making the rest of...

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Remembering a Reformer
Recordando a una reformadora

Dorothea Dix tendría 216 años si estuviera viva hoy. Una reformadora de la salud mental en los Estados Unidos a mediados de 1800, a Dix...
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A Blueprint for Gentrification at its Finest
Un plan para la gentrificación en su máxima expresión

Estoy profundamente preocupado por la decisión de la semana pasada del Concejo de la ciudad de Nueva York de aprobar el plan de...
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“Our Work Is Never Done”
“Seguimos en la lucha”

In the 1980's, I led the negotiations to stop CUNY tuition increases that would hurt low-income students and hinder our success.  Above all things...
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UC Recap – August 6 – August 11

As many of you are already aware, the City Council voted 43-1 (with one abstention) to approve the Inwood Rezoning plan. The fight, however...

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