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New York City
New York City news and analysis from The Nation
November 16, 2017
Jennifer Egan’s Shadow Worlds
maps the networks of power working just below New York’s surface.
October 19, 2017
Turning Broadband Access Into a Social Movement
Solutions to the digital divide won’t come from Washington but from our own backyards.
October 4, 2017
New York’s Mayor Says He’s Got a Plan to Help Solve the City’s Housing Crisis
So why are housing advocates up in arms?
September 29, 2017
From Free Lunch to Public Banks, These Cities Are Giving Us Hope
Dispatches from the Urban Resistance: Alameda to Elyria and beyond.
September 29, 2017
The Lives and Deaths of ‘The Village Voice’
After 62 years, the alt-weekly has stopped its print run. But some still see life in it yet.
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September 28, 2017
How Citizen Action Saved the New York Public Library
Grassroots activists thwarted a costly and destructive renovation scheme—but the NYPL still lacks effective governance.
September 21, 2017
Make New York’s School-Bus Fleet Eco-Friendly, Union-Staffed, and Cooperatively Run
Converting fossil-fuel buses to electric vehicles alone would save $39,000 over 12 years.
September 11, 2017
Brooklyn Is America’s Next Shot at Electing a Progressive Prosecutor
Reform comes first and foremost in the Democratic primary.
September 8, 2017
Meet the Socialist Who Hopes to Become New York’s First Arab-American Elected Official
Khader El-Yateem has ignited a diverse progressive base. Can he win over everyone else?
August 30, 2017
New York’s Subway System Could Be a Force for Equity and Sustainability
So why have elected officials let it molder and fall apart?