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Push to Diversify City Contracting Falls Short of Goals
Minority Contractors Face Hurdles, Flaws in Law
NYC's MWBE Push: Cracking Down, Looking Ahead
MWBE Programs Face Court Scrutiny
Bellerose Residents Have Beef with Halal Butcher
Even Entrepreneurs Need Food Stamps
What Would Help Poor New Yorkers? Take Your Pick
Census: Whites Decline In Bronx, Asians Soar In Brooklyn
Staten Island's Black History, Revisited
Controversy Over Alleged Muslim Radicalization Not New
Living On The Edge: East New York & Bay Ridge Go Off Script
'Hothead' Sen. Kevin Parker Has Foes, Friends And A Familiar Rival
Staten Island Assaults: A Tangled 'Why'
Did Environmentalist Back Arizona's SB1070?
For Bloomberg, Race Questions Are New
Reviews: A City on Fire
Reducing Black Joblessness, One Client At A Time
Inside Schools Designed For Black and Latino Boys
Group Wants UN Scrutiny Of U.S. Black Unemployment
Rates and Race: The Fed And Black Workers
New York City's history as a haven for different ethnicities and cultural groups has helped to make it a globally-recognized center for diversity.
On Sunday Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio named a black man to be his corporation counsel. Will that quell concerns about the diversity of the incoming administration?
When you bump someone on the subway, is it a mistake or a misdemeanor? One advocacy group wants New York State to clarify vague laws that it says grant police too much power.
A coalition of economic advocacy groups wants a federal bank regulator to give JP Morgan Chase a poor grade for its compliance with an anti-redlining law.
As new research shows alarming decreases in minority household wealth, City Limits' Arturo Conde discusses his reporting on how opera singers, poets and other creative workers have weathered the Great Recession.
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A new report finds black families are seven times more likely than whites to end up in the shelter system. For a minority group that's faced official and informal housing discrimination, poverty is only part of the explanation.
Amid talk of raising the retirement age to shore up Social Security's finances, this op-ed looks at the disparate impact that could have on communities of color.