Last Friday, DC 37 Executive Director Henry Garrido, along with library advocates, workers and presidents, gathered at City Hall to urge the city to better fund libraries.
The New York City Fire Department is again in the discrimination hot seat.
A federal judge rejected City Hall’s attempt to throw out a $2.2. million verdict to the family of the late Mohamed Bah. Manhattan Federal Judge Kevin Castel ruled against the city’s desire to have the ruling dismissed because Detective Edwin Mateo, who killed Bah, allegedly feared for his life.
This month, the governor announced more than $17.8 million in funding for the Gun Involved Violence Elimination Initiative and SNUG, a street outreach program.
The union 32BJ SEIU has been busy this past month announcing endorsements and praising the victories of those they have endorsed.
“My name is Letitia James, but my friends call me Tish,” New York City Public Advocate Letitia James said during her speech Wednesday at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
Weingarten rips Trump’s push for teachers to carry weapons
32BJ, others deplore Trump administration ending TPS for Hondurans
Union leaders praise teacher evaluation overhaul plan
Labor leaders, elected officials talk May Day in the Trump age