Posts Tagged ‘Income Inequality’

The 96th Street divide: Why There’s So Much Diabetes in Harlem

The 96th Street divide: Why There’s So Much Diabetes in Harlem

In East Harlem, four times as many people have diabetes as in the neighboring Upper East Side. Meera Senthilingam of Mosaic meets the New Yorkers stopping poverty from being a death sentence.


The Renters’ March In Pictures

The Renters' March In Pictures

By Michael Palma


Op-Led: Join The Renters’ March On Saturday, October 25th

Op-Led: Join The Renters' March On Saturday, October 25th

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) That’s right people, tomorrow a coalition of housing and tenant activists from across the city will gather Uptown for a march from Harlem to Washington Heights. The route chosen marks the largest concentration of rent-regulated apartments in all of New York City, which underscores the importance of ensuring your voices are […]


UPinion: The State of the Union & The Boogie Down

UPinion: The State of the Union & The Boogie Down

BY Jenni Ruiza (@RuizaJenni) Every year, the President makes it a point to expand on what has happened in the past year and what is in the works for the year to come. 2014 was no different, and while I was live-tweeting the event, I noticed one thing: Bronxites are not too happy about the […]


How 2013 Became The Year To Talk About Inequality | Talking Points Memo

How 2013 Became The Year To Talk About Inequality | Talking Points Memo

BY Ibrahim Khan Andrea Elliott’s masterpiece project in the New York Times documenting the tribulations of a loveable Brooklyn girl named Dasani through the unforgiving maze of social services in New York City became an instant classic. With each word in the five-part series, Elliott unmasks the countless rips in the fabric of our social safety […]


Income Inequality Takes Manhattan—in 3-D! | Mother Jones

Income Inequality Takes Manhattan—in 3-D! | Mother Jones

By Brett Brownell, Tasneem Raja, and Ben Breedlove It’s no surprise that income inequality in America is on the rise. Eighty percent of Americans have seen their incomes stagnate or fall since 1979. Meanwhile, the top 1 percent of earners is taking in more than ever before. We’ve made numerous charts to illustrate these disparities. […]

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