This year, state legislators finally seem to be confronting the fact that New York state’s bail system is deeply flawed and in need of transformative change.
This month, 895 New York City students were offered admission at Stuyvesant High School, one of New York City’s most selective public high schools. Just seven of those students are black.
A huge infrastructure project set to break ground in Syracuse will significantly impact the lives of thousands of low-income people, in a primarily black neighborhood.
Stop-and-Frisks Plummeted Under New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, But Racial Disparities Haven’t Budged
We’ve come a long way since 2011.
For some New Yorkers, just driving their child to the emergency room can be a big risk.
Across New York state, we have no idea how many police are roaming the hallways of our schools. We have no sense of how many arrests are taking place on campuses and we have no clue what the full scope of policing in schools is.