Harlem Rep. Espaillat Applauds Supreme Court Decision Affirming Federal Anti-Discriminatory Laws To Protect LGBTQ Employees

Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement on the 6-3 ruling by the United States Supreme Court that discrimination based on sexual orientation and transgender status violates Title VII of Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: NYC Joins Coalition Urging Supreme Court To Reconsider Halting Public Charge Rule

New York City today joined a coalition of three states in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit the question of whether to halt implementation of the Trump Administration’s Public Continue Reading →

NY, National Child Health Experts And Advocates File Amicus Brief In Supreme Court

At least a quarter of a million young children—including 6,900 from Harlem to the Hudson—would be harmed developmentally, psychologically, and economically by the cancellation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

East Harlem’s Anthony Salerno Boss Of The Genovese Crime Family, 1911 – 1992

Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno, August 15, 1911 – July 27, 1992, was an American mobster who served as underboss and front boss of the Genovese crime family in East Harlem, Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Espaillat And Others Stand In Solidarity To Protect DACA Recipients And Immigrant Families

Representative Adriano Espaillat was joined by Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights (NMCIR) and immigrant advocates during a press conference held earlier today Continue Reading →

Attorneys Begin Unearthing “Secret Files” On Child Sex Abuse Against Catholic Church And Boy Scouts

In a critical step for survivors of childhood sexual abuse seeking justice under the Child Victims Act (CVA), attorneys representing 550 survivors from Harlem to the Hudson today.


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