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State Senator Zellnor Myrie restrained and pepper-sprayed by NYPD officers at Barclays Center on May 29th.
State Senator Zellnor Myrie restrained and pepper-sprayed by NYPD officers at Barclays Center on May 29th.
Even black lawmakers get pepper-sprayed

State Sen. Zellnor Myrie and Assemblywoman Diana Richardson discuss their trauma-inducing experiences at a peaceful protest.

By AMANDA LUZ HENNING SANTIAGO | June 03, 2020
 
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Director of ThriveNYC Susan Herman.
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A Q&A with Susan Herman on the mental health impact of the coronavirus, her office’s transparency and telemedicine.
First Lady Chirlane McGray meets with then-New York City Police Department Commissioner James O'Neill and then-Deputy Commissioner of Collaborative Policing in the NYPD Susan Herman at Safe Horizon, discussing how to help victims of crime and violence hea
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The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a mental health crisis, and recent turmoil amid protests against police brutality may make it more acute.
Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch.
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NYPD officer unions taught the NYC mayor a lesson in 2014. He hasn’t forgotten it.
It’s worth looking at how the United States spent its way out of the Great Depression to find ideas for responding to the current economic calamity.
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New York should take a page from FDR’s playbook.
DSA Candidate for Assembly District  36 Zohran Mamdani.
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Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas and DSA-backed Zohran Mamdani compete over the same platform in Astoria.
Governor Cuomo on May 29th.
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As protests continue Cuomo and de Blasio try to quell the unrest with curfews.
As protests over the murder of George Floyd rage on, the NYPD are increasing the risk  for both protestors and themselves but not wearing masks.
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The large gatherings of cops and protesters could exacerbate the coronavirus threat.
Sochie Nnaemeka with Jamaal Bowman and Jumaane Williams.
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Sochie Nnaemeka brings an activist edge at the most perilous moment for the Working Families Party.

OPINION

The budget shortfall makes efficiency essential.
New York should stop locking people for minor parole violations during the coronavirus pandemic.

POLITICS

Protest against police brutality at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on June 2nd.
Many different groups are responsible for protests against racism and police brutality.
Many different groups are responsible for protests against racism and police brutality.
New York has the most cases. Here’s a look at other key figures in the state.
State Sen. Zellnor Myrie and Assemblywoman Diana Richardson discuss their trauma-inducing experiences at a peaceful protest.

Policy

First Lady Chirlane McGray meets with then-New York City Police Department Commissioner James O'Neill and then-Deputy Commissioner of Collaborative Policing in the NYPD Susan Herman at Safe Horizon, discussing how to help victims of crime and violence hea
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a mental health crisis, and recent turmoil amid protests against police brutality may make it more acute.
The large gatherings of cops and protesters could exacerbate the coronavirus threat.
We suggested a few tweets from New York lawmakers that might elicit a double-take from Twitter’s fact checkers.
Committee chairs from the state Senate and NY City Council object.

PERSONALITY

Director of ThriveNYC Susan Herman.
A Q&A with Susan Herman on the mental health impact of the coronavirus, her office’s transparency and telemedicine.
Sochie Nnaemeka brings an activist edge at the most perilous moment for the Working Families Party.
New York is in fiscal free fall. But the budget director may have to make brutal cuts in order to save it.
The New York governor everyone’s talking about these days.

POWER LIST

MAGAZINE

Who holds the most power in New York State?
This year, the coronavirus upended the balance of power in state government.
NYPD officer unions taught the NYC mayor a lesson in 2014. He hasn’t forgotten it.
Sochie Nnaemeka brings an activist edge at the most perilous moment for the Working Families Party.

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