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Testimony of Gregory J Morris, Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center – New York City Council Committee on Aging

  Testimony of Gregory J Morris, Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, New York City Council Committee on Aging Tuesday, June 13, 2017 My name is... [Continue reading]

Spreading the (Book) Wealth

The National Book Foundation, the U.S. Departments of Education and Housing and Urban Development, and the Campaign for Grade Level Reading have joined forces for... [Continue reading]

Residents fight against high-rise set to replace NYCHA playground on Upper East Side

By Darla Miles There was a protest against a proposed high-rise on the Upper East Side. It's expected to bring new jobs and playgrounds for people... [Continue reading]

Pols slam NYCHA’s plan for de Blasio donor to build pricey apartments on public land in Manhattan

BY GREG B. SMITH A growing list of elected officials Tuesday came out against NYCHA's plan to build high-end housing on public land, with U.S.... [Continue reading]

Plan to Build High-Rise in NYC Public Housing Angers Residents

Plans to build a 47-story high-rise on top of a playground on the Upper East Side has residents upset: a developer wants to place it... [Continue reading]

The Isaacs Center News + Community (SINCLINK) June 2017

The Isaacs Center News + Community (SINCLINK) is our monthly newsletter. It includes our daily activities, announcements, news, trips, the delicious menu for the Senior... [Continue reading]

Nonprofit Quarterly, Serious Contracting Problems Place Nonprofits at Risk in New York

By  RUTH MCCAMBRIDGE Doug Bauer, who heads the Clark Foundation in New York City, is speaking out about the state of nonprofit contracting in the city... [Continue reading]

City Limits, NYC’s Human-Service Providers Press for Changes in City Funding

By Derek Norman As New York City’s fiscal 2018 budget takes shape, voices from the city’s human-services sector have begun to cry out for help with... [Continue reading]

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