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War and Peace
New York City
August 26, 2016
New York’s Nail Salons Are Still Toxic
And salon owners are now protesting new policies that aim to protect workers and consumers from chemical contamination.
August 8, 2016
One More Media Organization Just Admitted: Unpaid Internships Have to Go
An organizing drive at New York Public Radio’s WNYC yielded an unlikely victory for interns—a paycheck.
August 3, 2016
It Doesn’t Matter Who Replaces Bill Bratton as NYPD Commissioner
He has defined modern policing, and his influence isn’t going anywhere.
Mychal Denzel Smith
July 5, 2016
This Group Pioneered the Fight for $15. Can They Transform the Fight for Affordable Housing Too?
New York Communities for Change wants to remake New York in a more equal image.
June 22, 2016
Does the Law Decide What Rights Are Afforded to Uber Drivers—or Does Uber?
The company is offering union-like organization to its employee, which will keep them from accessing the full benefits of an actual union.
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June 21, 2016
The MTA’s Ban on ‘Political’ Ads Has Turned It Into the Free-Speech Police
Should the New York City transportation agency, and others across the nation, be in the business of deciding what riders are allowed to see?
May 30, 2016
This Lawsuit Against Domino’s Could Be Huge for Workers
The New York attorney general’s wage-theft suit could pave the way for unionizing workplaces across different owner-operators.
May 25, 2016
Anthony Weiner Wasn’t the Only One Who Couldn’t Stop Exposing Himself
A new documentary reveals the media’s narrow fixation on political sex scandals.
May 11, 2016
Gentrification and Occupation at the Brooklyn Museum
“This is our museum. We paid for it. It’s an important part of our community.”
May 6, 2016
The Case for Public Housing
The market can’t solve the nation’s affordable housing crisis. The gap between costs and incomes is just too large.
Matthew Gordon Lasner