Theme: New York City

Learning What Works – FREE Webinar “Mapping the Way to Recovery: A Fresh Look at Data in the Era of Covid-19”

As we move from response to recovery, and finally on to rebuilding in New York City communities, good data will continue to play an important role in guiding advocacy and decision-making. This interactive webinar will provide participants with a wealth of tools to visualize data for effective storytelling. Learn strategies to enhance and improve how your organization uses data to expand your impact.

Queens electeds are starting to look more like Queens

June 1st, 2021 City & State NY

Richards announces 110 new Queens community board members

April 6th, 2021Queens Daily Eagle

Adults over 55 dominate Queens community boards, data shows

February 4th, 2021Queens Daily Eagle

Racial, ethnic and gender disparities persist on every Queens community board. New applicants can change that

January 27th, 2021Queens Daily Eagle

NYPD Cops Cash In on Sex Trade Arrests With Little Evidence, While Black and Brown New Yorkers Pay the Price

December 7th, 2020 ProPublica

Provider shortages and geographic gaps plague the early intervention system for NYC’s youngest learners

June 18, 2019 — Chalkbeat

Little and Late Help for the Youngest New Yorkers

June 17, 2019 — THE CITY / Measure of America

A Collaborative Response to Local Youth Facing Disconnection

June 7, 2019 — Columbia University

When Should The City Be Allowed To Take Your Home?

March 25, 2019 — Bklyner