When you look beyond the headlines about gun violence in New York City and actually spend some time in neighborhoods like East Harlem, it is clear that what our community doesn’t need is increased policing and incarceration — what we need is more basic resources and opportunities.
Every day at 7 p.m., we go outside to cheer the people caring for us, feeding us and keeping our city running during the Covid-19 crisis. I know some of these people firsthand.
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) of East Harlem, is partnering with Great Performances and the NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) to provide 60,000 meals a week and is also donating 100 meals daily in the south Bronx and Pelham Gardens. Great Performances is hiring GOSO clients to prepare the meals.
Dear Friends, At GOSO, we’re family. No matter what. COVID-19 has upended our lives and required us all to learn new ways of communicating, working,
Dear Friends, I hope this message finds you healthy and safe. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives dramatically. We’re all adjusting our habits
Rainey calls for release of vulnerable populations, no rollbacks on bail reform, no prosecution of minor offenses and release of those charged with technical parole