"American Jews must confront Solomon’s death and grapple with questions of racism in Israeli society. ...Beyond moral responsibility, confronting Solomon’s killing will bring American Jews to engage with Israel in a more complex and nuanced way. We would have to admit that Solomon’s killing is similar to many incidents of racist police brutality in America. Recognizing that Israeli culture suffers some of the same systemic problems of racism as America should bring us to explore the similarities between American and Israeli social inequities." - Mijan Bitton
“The most important aspect of the marijuana legislation is the fact that one, it is no longer a criminal violation if a person is caught with one ounce or less of marijuana and two, all previous records of marijuana charges will be expunged, meaning that all existing marijuana related charges will be completely eliminated.” -- Attorney Brian Figeroux
BROOKLYN (Workers World Today) — To the dismay of many New York citizens, the proposal for the legislation of recreational use of …
At the Chamber Coalition, which is comprised of the New American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) and the African American International Chamber of Commerce (AAICC) and Hispanic American International Chamber of Commerce (HAICC) a new and vibrant program called the “Side Hustle Business Boot Camp” is available.
Most members of the “exhausted majority,” and then some, dislike political correctness. Among the general population, a full 80 percent believe that “political correctness is a problem in our country.” Even young people are uncomfortable with it, including 74 percent ages 24 to 29, and 79 percent under age 24. On this particular issue, the woke are in a clear minority across all ages.
"You will have an chance to meet with your mortgage servicers face-to-face, learn about loan modifications, forbearances, short sales and deeds-in-lieu, discover the Property Tax and Interest Deferral Program, and even receive free counseling from local, HUD-approved housing counseling agencies." - Eric L. Adams, Brooklyn Borough President