The idea that we fundamentally have more things in common than we have differences; that it is important to cross borders of race, ethnicity, class, and geography; that no neighborhood is the preserve of any one racial, ethnic, or religious group; and that all forms of illegal discrimination must be fought, wherever and whenever they manifest themselves. Once upon a time, it was called the Civil Rights Movement.
County Never Met Its Obligation To “Affirmatively Further Fair Housing”
More Than $50 Million Of Federal Funds Involved
In a landmark decision, U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote has found that...view
On August 9, 2010, Westchester submitted yet another version of an “Implementation Plan” (“IP3”). As ADC has noted previously, the document represents neither planning nor a desire to implement. ...view
Note: The following column appeared on the Op Ed page of the Westchester Journal News on Sunday, August 22, 2010. The column was introduced by the Journal News in these words:
James Johnson, the...view