Today, Christine C. Quinn President & CEO of Win (formerly Women in Need) – the largest provider of shelter in New York City from Harlem to Hollis for homeless women Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, May 7th, The Transportation Chairman, uptown Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, Families for Safe Streets, Transportation Alternative, and advocates called on a reinvigorated Vision Zero plan to prevent future Continue Reading →
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor de Blasio today announced a new admissions policy to better match students with accessibility needs to accessible school buildings from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →
A disability rights group filed a complaint Thursday against the city for creating WiFi kiosks across the city that are inaccessible to the blind. Theis gradually installing 7,500 kiosks across Continue Reading →
New York Disability Advocates (NYDA) today applauded Governor Cuomo and his administration for including individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD). Become an Harlem World Insider – Sign-Up For Our Newsletter!
The New York Disability Advocates (NYDA) today released a report that found 80% of healthcare providers from Harlem to the Hudson for the I/DD community say incoming budget cuts. Become Continue Reading →
Yesterday, Sure We Can (SWC), a nonprofit serving low-income recyclers who collect bottles and cans from the streets of the city gathered with elected officials, community leaders, and advocates. Become Continue Reading →