Key regulations passed by the New York City Council on Uber and Lyft are a result of years of organizing by the taxi drivers’ union.
After the rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl in Kashmir, South Asian communities in the U.S. are mobilizing against the Indian occupation.
In response to the recent string of suicides by drivers, the New York Taxi Workers Alliance has launched a campaign for regulation and released its own proposal to re-establish driving as a viable occupation.
Public housing residents in New York City are demanding Mayor Bill de Blasio make good on his progressive rhetoric and take bold measures to abolish their hazardous living conditions.
A new activist group, the Revolting Lesbians, launched its first direct action targeting climate change denier Rebekah Mercer and the American Museum of Natural History for retaining her as a trustee.
By protesting an installation that appeared to mock Chinatown, residents and advocates were showing the link between New York’s art world and gentrification.
A collective of artists and organizers took over the American Museum of Natural History to challenge its racist depictions of non-European peoples.