City Conversations City Conversations is a forum for meaningful dialogue on the social, political, and policy issues that shape the fabric of urban affairs in New York City. Our new interactive web feature is designed to give City Limits readers first-hand access to the opinions of the city’s leading academics, advocates and policymakers, as well as let you sound off on the topics that matter most to your civic life in New York City.
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ABOUT CITY CONVERSATIONS
City Conversations is City Limits' forum for meaningful dialogue on the social, political, and policy issues that shape critical civic issues. City Conversation gives readers first-hand access to the opinions of leading academics, advocates and policymakers, as well as let you sound off on the topics that matter to you most.
Murder, Media and Culture
Broken Windows: A Theory and its Limits
Against the Homeless, Crimes and Callousness Combine
Social Services Under De Blasio
NYC's Success Reducing Unintended Births is at Risk
New Tools to Fight Homelessness
Testing and Transparency
Faith and the Quest for an Affordable New York
Aging City, Youth With Needs: The Challenge for Nonprofits
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