About 20 current students and graduates of the City University of New York held a rally outside the office of the CUNY board of trustees chairman on… Read more “CUNY Students Protest Amazon Deal”
By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio Clutching a cardboard sign that read, “No human being is illegal,” a young woman stood under the arch at Washington Square… Read more “Protestors March in Solidarity with Migrant Caravan”
Early morning on Saturday, Angela Muto was jolted awake by the sound of a protest outside her window on Mott Street in the Village. “Pro-life. That’s a… Read more “Protestors and Counter-Protestors Face Off Outside Planned Parenthood”
Protestors called police officers “rapists,” “sexists” and other epithets during a rally in Washington Square Park on Thursday evening in support of a woman who said she… Read more “Protestors Rally in Support of Woman Allegedly Raped by Police Detectives”
On most weekdays for the past year and a half, Paul Rosa has stood outside across the street from Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Midtown holding… Read more “New Yorkers Differ on Effectiveness of Protests”
Dozens of Donald Trump supporters carrying American flags and “Make America Great Again” signs rallied in front of Trump Tower on Thursday evening in honor of the… Read more “Trump Supporters Celebrate the Anniversary of His Election”
In a show of defiance and frustration with the administration, a gaggle of anti-Trump demonstrators let out a collective burst of guttural shouts, shrieks and squeals in… Read more “New York City Anti-Trump Protesters Scream at the Sky on Election Anniversary”
Dozens of demonstrators carrying “Viva Fidel” signs, Che Guevara posters and Cuban flags rallied in front of the United Nations General Assembly building Wednesday afternoon to protest… Read more “Protestors Rally After a U.N. Vote on the Cuban Embargo”
A New Orleans style mock funeral took place underneath Washington Square Arch on Feb. 18th in honor of President’s Day.
Hundreds of protestors, dressed in black and in costume, showed up to mourn what they called the “dead” American presidency. They danced to jazz music, sang dirges and held each other in mourning.
On January 25th, New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted to raise the price of unlimited MetroCards by 4 percent from $116.50 to $121. Some city residents argue that… Read more “NYC Residents Push for Subway “Fair Fares””