Twice the Rice at Hamilton

By Theresa Mancuso On April, 11 Hamilton College hosted a Sacerdote Great Name series combined with a Common Ground event. College President, Dave Wippman, opened the talk noting the state of the political landscape today...

Central New York Citizens in Action, Inc.

By John Furman Citizen Action & Working Families Party Support Cynthia Nixon for Governor Cynthia Nixon will fight for CNY residents Citizen Action of New York and the New York State Working Families Party recently endorsed Cynthia...

3rd Annual May Day Rally May 1 Celebrated Human and Labor Rights

By John Furman Photos By Sylvia DeSwaan Central New York Citizen Action and other labor and community groups held the Third Annual May Day rally at the DeSales Center to commemorate past human and labor rights...

Voices of Polonia-Maximillian Kolbe – The Priest Who Became a Saint – From...

By Ted Rajchel Background Maximilian Kolbe was a Polish Conventual Franciscan friar, who volunteered to die in place of a stranger in the German death cap of Auschwitz, located in German-occupied Poland during World War II....

Starting A Business in America

  During the lifetime of most working people, they have thought about starting their own business because of the desire to be independent and free to control the events in their lives. There is no...

Iroquois Governance in 2018

By: Doug George Kanentiio, Akwesasne-Mohawk There are presently three types of administrative agencies on Iroquois reservations within New York state: elected, of which there are two, and traditional, which number four and two others which...

Taking The Bereaved Out of Parent

By Dave Roberts For several years after my 18 -year- old daughter Jeannine’s death in March of 2003, I commonly identified myself as a bereaved parent. According to the late Robert Kastenbaum, author of Death,...

Judge Joan Shkane

Legal Myths and Reality By Judge Joan Shkane MYTH: A Governor’s pardon in New York is always public, and the public has a chance to comment before a pardon or commutation is granted. REALITY: In New York...

May Almanac

By Roger Chambers May is usually a pleasant month with cool temperatures, not usually hot or cold. The high temperature is typically 65-75°F. Temperatures are usually 40-50°F in the early morning, though frost may occur...
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