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11.29.18: School Closures and the Black Community: Panel & Eve Ewing Book Talk @ Uncle Bobbie’s

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Free & Open to Public! Thursday, November 29, 2018, starting at 5pm at The People’s Sanctuary (Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books).   In 1978 education specialist Richard L. Andrews was quoted as saying “(O)nce a school is closed, the environmental… Continue Reading →

Making room for classrooms?: Land grabs and the destruction of school communities

The three sites are truly special opportunities as they present sizable developments within submarkets having limited available land for any substantial development, and are located within neighborhoods exhibiting exceptionally strong residential market fundamentals. They are among the few chances remaining… Continue Reading →

Repost: Nipping Dissent: The Hollow Centrality of Neoliberal Democracy and Multiculturalism

By Edwin Mayorga and Julie Gorlewski (with support from reclaimAERA) “I am weary of the abuse of social media by writers hurling anonymous, venomous insults—a practice that encourages the general retreat to intellectual neighborhoods. Our work and our interactions with one… Continue Reading →

April 3: Forum on Racial Justice and CUNY – 6:00-8:30pm @ PSC-CUNY HQ

CUNY remains one of the most diverse college systems in the country. Yet black and Latino students are now far less likely than they were before 2009 to be enrolled in a CUNY senior college, particularly those in the top… Continue Reading →

El Pueblo Unido! A great week for Educational Justice in NYC

Certainly the struggle for educational and social justice never ends, but the fight against closures by the people of Philadelphia last week, and the troubling news about ethnic studies in Tucson, should inspire us to go forward in spite of… Continue Reading →

Slow Violence, Turbo Capitalism & Counter Storytelling: Reflecting on Whose Barrio? + Panel

On Tuesday, March 19th the Participatory Open, Online Course (POOC), Reassessing Inequality and Reimagining the 21st-Century: East Harlem Focus (#InQ13), held a public screening of Whose Barrio? at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Whose Barrio? is,… Continue Reading →

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