2 July | After the successful electoral campaign of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, there is a temptation to endorse other electoral candidates, including so-called "progressives" like Cynthia Nixon. What (...)
27 February | In New York, CUNY students fight a battle against the administration’s efforts to stifle their voices.
Sebastián Uchida Chávez
7 December 2017 | The Taylor Law is perhaps best known for its no-strike clause. But what exactly is the Taylor Law? How does it work? This second article in a three-part series describes and explains the law (...)
Tatiana CozzarelliFrancesca Gomes
26 November 2017 | PSC-CUNY has called for a minimum salary of $7,000 per course for all faculty. Demands like this can lead to changes in the way universities are run, but the fight to win them lies in the hands (...)
James Dennis Hoff
11 October 2017 | In ‘How to Kill A City’ Peter Moskowitz examines the process of gentrification as it has transformed New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco, and New York.
24 June 2017 | Hundreds of people take the New York streets to demand trans rights.
3 March 2016 | Housing is a human right. Chinatown residents are facing increasing gentrification and displacement. Despite his discourse on the "Tale of Two Cities," de Blasio’s urban policies still benefit big (...)
1 September 2015 | On Thursday, August 27, activists and left militants of New York City gathered at the Brooklyn Commons to have a conversation with the workers of MadyGraf, Buenos Aires. The factory was taken (...)
Juan Cruz FerreTre Kwon
28 July 2015 | An advisory board has recommended that New York State raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for fast-food workers. The national movement for $15 has recently won important fights in some cities (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
30 June 2015 | The New York State Nurses’ Association (NYSNA) has shaken hands temporarily with the NYC Hospital Alliance, curtailing a city-wide strike authorized almost a month ago by union members. The (...)