Letters to the Editor
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In just a few weeks, Bronxites will head to the polls to choose the Democratic nominees for every citywide office, including mayor, comptroller and city council members. The outcome of this election will determine the future of our borough and city for years to come. more
As the former councilman and Assemblyman who represented our district for 35 years, I strongly endorse Abigail Martin for councilwoman in the June 22 Democratic primary. more
Not a day goes by lately where a New York City prep or private school doesn’t find itself in the news, painted with broad brush strokes for being either too racially inclusive, or not racially inclusive enough. Or, in today’s parlance, too “woke” — or insufficiently so. more
Why is criticism to Eric Dinowitz’s election to the city council predicated on the fact that he is the son of an Assemblyman? All of the arguments run counter to the achievements Eric has accomplished on his own. more
I am deeply saddened to learn that members of this community oppose efforts to ensure that our tax dollars do not fund violence against children and families living under Israeli occupation. more
U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman is to be commended. more
Hallelujah! George Floyd can rest in peace. more
Several years ago, as a board member of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, I publicly excoriated the publisher of mass transit advertisements depicting Arab mistreatment of Jews in the Middle East, and in hateful terms, castigated all Arabs and Muslims with predictable results. more
I am struggling to understand why more people aren’t insisting on single-payer health care at both the national and local level. more
Recently, the Jewish community in Riverdale was terrorized by attacks on at least four synagogues. This is a heartbreaking scandal that cries out for justice. more
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