Parents For Change is fighting for inclusion and equality at PS 132.
Major reforms are needed in city governance as it relates to more equitable and sustainable development
“Finding consensus is hard…but it’s always worth it because you end up with something that really works.”
Victoria Cambranes is no stranger to city council politics.
The deadline for CB applications is February 12.
A crowd gathered Tuesday evening in McCarren Park to hear Council Member Stephen Levin explain his ‘yes’ vote for a city budget that many Black Lives Matter activists opposed. What […]
More than 100 protestors gathered Thursday afternoon in front of Tommy’s Tavern (1041 Manhattan Ave.), a local dive bar on Manhattan Avenue, to condemn the owner’s recent behavior towards a […]
Participatory budgeting — the community-lead budgeting process that funds $1.5 million in neighborhood projects — is back for the ninth cycle, and you can submit ideas here. All ideas must be submitted […]
Local elected politicians are holding an East River State Park and Kent Avenue town hall meeting tonight in Williamsburg. The town hall takes place tonight (5/28) at the Bushwick Inlet […]
Voting for Participatory Budgeting, the NYC program where residents vote on how to allocate $1.5 million in funding for projects conceived and pitched by locals, will take place between March 30th – […]