Local Leaders Call for Apology from Claudia Tenney

On September 25th, 2020, Councilman Delvin Moody and 12 other community leaders signed a statement calling for an apology from Claudia Tenney. An ad from Tenney's office describes Anthony Brinidisi (at a Black Lives...

Activists Hold Three Day Long Protests

By Phoenix Staff A local Black Rights activist, Kim Jones, hosted a march on UPD Station Saturday the 12th that would lead to another two days of protests. Kim Jones collaborated with a local activist...

The College-Community Partnership for Criminal Justice Reform

Hearing the People’s Voice on Criminal Justice Reform By Professor Frank Anechiarico, Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law In the last few months, racial injustice and murderous misconduct by police officers have become an unavoidable...

Black Lives Matter

Story and Photos by Eamon Handzel Utica, NY - On August 7th, Utica locals of all races and ethnicities rallied together at Oneida Square in the city center to show their solidarity with the Black...

AG James Continues Fight to Preserve DACA and Protect DREAMers

Coalition of 17 AGs led by AG James Files Brief in Supreme Court in DACA Lawsuit NEW YORK – Attorney General Letitia James leading a coalition of 17 attorneys general, filed a brief in the United States...

Land Returned to Oneida Women Divided by International Borders and Colonization

Oneida women from the three communities located in New York, Canada, and Wisconsin, announced receiving a gift of nearly 30 acres of land from a Quaker ally within their traditional homelands in Clinton, N.Y....

Racial Inequality

By Kristina Andreotta Inequality didn’t happen by chance. Since the beginning of our country, two ideas--racism and free-market capitalism--have worked together to shape how our society works. Racism and capitalism are such a large part...

Advocates Rally for Protections for Long-Excluded Farmworkers

ALBANY, NY – Advocates will rally in the state capitol today in support of legislation to extend basic labor protections to New York’s agricultural workers, who are excluded from the right to collective bargaining...

A.G. UNDERWOOD ANNOUNCES CONVICTIONS OF THREE NASSAU COUNTY NURSING HOME STAFF FOR NEGLECT OF...

Two Registered Nurses And One Certified Nurse Aide Convicted of Willful Violation Of Health Laws For Failing To Respond To Ventilator Alarms Certified Nurse Aide Also Convicted of Falsifying Business Records HAUPPAUGE – Attorney General Barbara...

A Year From Now

By Matt DeCristo You’ll wish you had started today. It’s a great ethos to take with you in your life travels, and while the specific formula of dates can be altered or adjusted as needed,...
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