Letters to the Editor
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Never trust a person who doesn’t like dogs. Pet lovers know that a person’s attitude toward dogs reveals something about their character. more
A couple years ago, I saw a performance, “Somos Mas,” at Pregones, a wonderful South Bronx theater. It was about immigration, assimilation, oppression, and much more. more
I got a campaign flyer in the mail from the Eric Dinowitz city council campaign. It promised heaven on earth. more
I don’t blame the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s Dan Reingold for being perplexed by the new speed humps installed in front of the home on Palisade Avenue. more
As a disability advocate, both myself and my team of supporters are sadly recognizing that racism and discrimination is very much alive and thriving in New York City. And it is comfortably lurking within so many of the “white candidates” looking to be elected onto the city council and as our next borough president in 2021. more
Thank you, Riverdale Press, for your longstanding coverage of the New York Health Act. And thanks to reporter Ethan Stark-Miller for his recent story. more
Thank you for your recent story on Key Food in North Riverdale. more
I am writing to all of my local state elected officials to say that I would like them to support state Sen. Liz Krueger’s efforts to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of his COVID-19 powers. more
Waiting for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at Montefiore Hospital is like waiting for Godot. It never arrives. more
Our state Assembly currently has an opportunity to right some historic and long-standing wrongs. more
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