New York City’s write-in candidates face an uphill battle when it comes to mobilizing voters. John Joyner, Bed-Stuy city council candidate, attempts to do just that.
Racial disparity in medicine has been a problem in the United States for a very long time. Back in 1984, the US Department of Health and Human Services published a study that found that disproportionately “the burden of death and
In a city where a vacant lot can be worth millions, city-owned community gardens in Bedford-Stuyvesant face the constant risk of losing their land. For New Harvest Community Farm on Vernon Ave, it looked like that was about to become a reality.
Churches in Bed-Stuy struggle to ward off dwindling congregations as gentrification reshapes the make up of the neighbohrood.