Opinion

A letter to my son on 9/11

A letter to my son on 9/11

In the News, Opinion September 12, 2011 at 12:59 pm

Terry Keleher writes a letter to his 7-year-old son, Nathan, reflecting on the lessons of 9/11. He writes that by putting into practice our shared values like love, fairness and cooperation, we can combat the hate and conflict that has caused so much disunity America. This is the best wayRead More

Mayor’s big plan to tackle Black and Latino disparities – Just a band-aid

In the News, Opinion September 7, 2011 at 7:19 pm

Mayor Bloomberg’s three-year $130 million plan to address disparities in young Black and Latino males, although laudable, is only a first step in what the city needs to do to eliminate the discrimination that working families suffer throughout New York City.  This short-term, one-shot deal is not enough.  

A new ‘Voices’ for a new decade

A new ‘Voices’ for a new decade

Featured Posts, Opinion September 7, 2011 at 6:18 pm

A compilation of articles from the ethnic and community press, the original version of this website rose from the ashes of the World Trade Center. It began as a counterattack against hatred. Founded by the fledgling Independent Press Association as “Voices That Must Be Heard,” the site was inaugurated inRead More