Why Can’t We Have Them All? The Patriarchy, That’s Why.

by CHL At the most recent Democratic debate the candidates began to touch on the lack of women in American government. As our representative system of government is based upon the ways of our First Nation...

Mohawk Valley Almanac, January Edition

by Roger Chambers Holidays and Observances for January After the hustle, bustle, and often over indulgence of the holiday season, the reality of several more weeks of cold and snow settles in. January begins with New...

CNY Progressive

by John Furman TELL YOUR STATE LEGISLATOR TO REJECT THE PUBLIC FINANCING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATIONS Following public outcry over big money in politics, the Governor and the Legislature created the Public Campaign Financing Commission to improve New...

Voices of Polonia: Edmund Zalinski – Civil War Soldier, Inventor, and Scholar

by Ted Rajchel Background A few of the Jewish soldiers who served during the American Civil War were very young-- children by 21st Century standards. They stepped into uniform and performed beyond reasonable expectations. Edmund Zalinski...

Bee Corner, monthly contributors The Bee Rose Foundation

written by Mikasha Dawson Mental Health in Schools Its close now to three years since my daughter took her own life. My mind has tried over and over to make sense of this nightmare. I have...

The Seven Dancers

by Doug George-Kanentiio Akwesasne Mohawk The long nights of winter are the time for storytelling among the Mohawks. During the planting, cultivation and harvest moons the people are too busy to trade stories and, it...

Citizen Action New York

by Kristina Andreotta It’s easy to feel discouraged when reading the news. Another shooting, more cuts to Medicaid and school lunches, and an impeached president sending tweets from a golf course while he orders assassinations...

Another page-turner from Susan Bickford

by John Pitarresi Susan Bickford writes about young women in trouble. They are young women tough and resilient enough to handle that trouble. Marly Shaw was that young woman in Bickford’s first novel, “A Short Time...

Legal Briefs, Legal Myths v. Reality for January

by Judge Joan Shkane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because those informed are always the most successful. MYTH: New York State laws for crimes are static and rarely changing. REALITY: New...

Resdient Challenges URC, Attempts to Reclaim Property

by Natalie Williams On December 12, 2019, the City of Utica Urban Renewal Department Committee announced that they would take actions to ‘Revert the Property’ which I had purchased from them a little more than...
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