New York City Transit President Andy Byford announced this week that he would ask the city, including the police, to help respond to homeless people exhibiting “offensive, obnoxious
Alan Cumming Headlines a Night of Inspiring Music at 16th Annual “Broadway Stands Up for Freedom” Concert
The New York Civil Liberties Union and American Civil Liberties Union hosted the annual benefit concert, “Broadway Stands Up for Freedom,” on Monday night for a packed house at The Town Hall.
In December 2017, the New York City Council passed two police reform measures, collectively known as the Right to Know Act, which aimed to improve communication and transparency during police stops and searches.
As the Trump regime continues to take aim at restricting access
Iris Griselda Cruz Paz’s daughter cries when she talks to her. She begs her mother every time they speak to get her out of detention.
By Christina Bartson
Molly Crabapple sees Broken Windows policing as “an excuse to lock black and brown people up in jail for petty and non-violent things."