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Recently, I began leading the nation’s largest public school system. A school system that serves more than 1 million students — including, many years ago, me! more
When government fails, it’s the rare public official who says, “Oops. My fault.” more
My name is Jessica Haller, and I’m a working mother of four, a technology entrepreneur, and a climate activist trained by Al Gore. more
This corner of the Bronx has given so much to me and my family. more
The decisions our city makes in the next year will shape the next decade. That makes the selection of our District 11 city council member on March 23 so important. more
In the race for Council District 11, I’m the only candidate who built and runs a non-profit with a million-dollar operating budget and 32 employees. People’s Theatre Project delivers free programs to 1,000 Bronx and Upper Manhattan students annually. more
Nearly one year from the day all schools were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the common theme has been the extraordinary resilience and determination of the families in the community that we serve, the Bronx. more
Imagine that you had the power in a life-or-death situation where you could save only one of two people from drowning. The person who could be more easily saved was Black, the other was either a loved one or a friend. more
It is exciting that the Universal Hip-Hop Museum will finally become a reality for the Bronx. The museum is a culmination of the many characteristics that make up our borough, and an excellent example of how well-planned initiatives can encourage economic development, and include community engagement and input. more
After the right-wing terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, some people might be confused in thinking that only Trump led us here — not Republicans. The two are indistinguishable. more
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