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May/June 2005
Vol. 30, No. 3

May/June 2005

Stories include Tracie McMillan on guards arguing that better jobs make for a safer city; Cassi Feldman on the mess of problems coinciding with NYCHA's dedication to renovating over 100 developments around the city; Dan Bell on the constant challenges faced by female construction workers looking for employment; Liza Featherstone on what New York can do to stop Wal-Mart from opening new stores throughout the city; Jonathan Bowles' Q&A with Red Hook developer Greg O'Connell; Wendy Davis on the disproportional punishment of hundreds of teens who commit petty crimes; Cassi Feldman on the lack of effectiveness and oversight in New York State's juvenile facilities; Xiaoqing Rong on how MBAs are transforming the ways nonprofits do business; Sasha Abramsky's book review of "Downsizing Prisons: How to Reduce Crime and End Mass Incarceration" by Michael Jacobson; and more.

About City Limits Magazine

City Limits Magazine published a print edition reguarly from 1976 to 2012. With the acquisition of the Bronx News Network and the launch of the Brooklyn Bureau, City Limits ended its print issue to publish its news online.

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