Talking with activists and survivors about the underreported crisis and what you can do.
“I understand that people might find my work offensive. I totally get that. I find him to be fundamentally offensive, so I get it.”
Organizers held candles on Fifth Avenue in support of DREAMers and the #Dream7.
A few local activists were dismissed by Bay Ridge’s state senator regarding the single-payer bill stuck in the legislature.
No, not at the farmer’s market. We’re talking about a CSA you can still join, even though the season has begun.
Talking with Bay Ridge Cares about the rubber space between and under Verrazano feeders that’s not without its charms.
This Memorial Day, as Brooklyn’s annual parade gets set to get to march down Third Avenue towards John Paul Jones Park, we take a few moments to reflect on the connection – and the unfortunate gulf – between the American people and the members of its armed forces.
Over the next four weekends, volunteers are needed to help paint a mural at PS 102 on 72nd Street and Ridge Boulevard.
Without going north of 36th Street, help make other people’s lives easier—including your own.
The Bay Ridge leader of New York’s Moms Demand Action chapter leads this rallying cry.