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Mayor Adams’ Forcible Removal Order Flies in the Face of Disability Justice

By Jordan Berger & Sara LundenOn Tuesday, November 29, New York City Mayor Eric Adams directed NYPD, FDNY-EMS, and mobile crisis teams to increase the use of involuntary transport and hospitalization for persons on the streets and subways…

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Advocates Press DHS on Workers Rights

NCLEJ joined more than 330 immigration groups and other rights organizations and signed onto a letter calling on Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to release promised guidance bolstering protections for migrant workers combating workplace abuses. The action was covered in…

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The Editorial Board: Reports of racist language by Buffalo police are disgusting and disturbing

The Buffalo News editorial board condemned the widespread use racial epithets within the BPD and leadership’s failure to investigate or train officers on this bias. Read the article here. Reports that racist language has been routinely used –…

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This guide assists individuals who received tickets under Buffalo’s school zone speed camera program.



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