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The Community Service Society of New York/City Limits
NY Prisoners Counted Differently, But Still Not Voting
Bloomberg Housing Plan Hits Milestones, Obstacles
Leaving Prison, Free ... and Homeless
Immigrants On Front Lines Of Housing Fight
Life In A Landmark: Pioneering Public Housing Site Shows Its Age
How Health Care Repeal Would Affect New York
Work In Progress: Residents Get More NYCHA Jobs
No Vacancy: Why Empty Condos Aren't Becoming Affordable Housing
Diagnosing A Defeat: Why The Sick Leave Bill Failed
Cuomo Housing Plan Praised, Parsed
Tough Love In The Big City
Drive For Nonpartisan Voting Confronts '03 Failure
Like A Canyon
Where It Hurts
Learning For The Long Term
Or A Job For Right Now?
The City's Latest
Hirings and Retirings
Taking A Break ... To Bring
You More of What's Breaking
From The Publisher's Desk:
City Limits' New Chapter
Poverty Fighters Get
Their Own Consultancy
Making Welfare Work
And Making Work Pay
The Community Service Society of New York uses research and advocacy programs to fight poverty in New York City. CSS helps families in need by investigating their economic situations and proposing feasible solutions including a three-point action plan called an Urban Agenda.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Thursday, May 30, 2013
07:00p - 09:00p
Thursday, June 06, 2013
8:30a - 3:00p
'It hurts the young. It helps too little. It boosts unemployment.' There are plenty of myths about the minimum wage. The reality is, more and more workers are working at a pay rate that puts them in poverty.
Race, Opportunity and Sequestration: This report examines ten marquee programs for Americans struggling to make it into the middle-class.
2004 New York City Department of Sanitation study cataloging different methods of generating energy from the city's waste stream.