New York Just Passed A Bill Banning Cops From Having Sex With People In Custody

Yes! State lawmakers in New York passed a bill Thursday to prohibit cops from having sex with people in custody, closing a legal loophole that has let police avoid sexual assault convictions by claiming sex with detainees was consensual. Continue Reading →

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Metro-North OKs $7.8M Contract For Security Cameras From Harlem To Hudson

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, MTA, board has given the nod of approval on a $7.8 million project to outfit trains on the Metro-North Hudson and Harlem lines with on-board cameras to improve security and safety. Continue Reading →

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From Harlem To The Hudson, A Perfect Day For A Staycation In The Catskills NY

Even the most die-hard Harlemites will admit to occasionally craving the fresh air and slower pace of a weekend away from Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

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Governor Cuomo Launches Toll-Free Hotline To Report Incidents Of Discrimination

andrew_cuomo_by_pat_arnow_biasWe applaud Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision to launch a toll-free hotline to report incidents of bias and discrimination from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

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Amtrak Invests $2.4 Billion For Next-Gen High-Speed Trains From Harlem To The Hudson

Metro-North RailroadAmtrak trains run up and down the Northeast Corridor at 125th Street and Park Avenue at the Metro-North stop in East Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

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Voting Rights Leadership Summit In New York State

drmartinlthur king street sign in harlemA broad coalition of voting rights advocates is launching a campaign to promote federal and state voting rights protections for people of color and working families from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

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