The Green Shift

A Union President

Organized labor navigates a changing climate as power plants transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Where Can the Public Bathrooms Go in New York City?

Creating 3,000 more places to go can be transformative for people's dignity and the quality of the public realm. But actually implementing a citywide restroom network requires solutions that address each neighborhood's specific needs.

Community House is There for You

After half a century as a sanctuary for Indigenous people in New York City, the American Indian Community House still seeks a permanent home.

Accounting for Community

What kind of bank can help secure New York neighborhoods' future? The same small banks that have been doing it all along.

Holding On to the Halo Effect

As faith-based institutions struggle with a litany of real estate woes, the non-profit Bricks and Mortals is here to help find theologically-sound solutions.

God's Garage

It's complicated inside New York City's 99 cent stores, where creativity and exploitation coexist.

Turning the Tide

Where can queer and trans community flourish, if not at Riis Beach? Yet current plans for its future don't account for the people it has sustained for decades.

Well-Placed

Minding the Gaps

Historic injustice and the traumas of the pandemic have had profound impacts on New Yorkers' mental health. What kind of spaces and policies can support wellbeing where it's hardest to find?