A discriminatory gang injunction drove Blacks from my Latino and Jewish neighborhood
The Garden said the development threatens its whole collection, including endangered orchids and bonsai trees that are hundreds of years old.
“The real good news out of this is that the rabbis and the black clergy got together and have a dialogue going.”
The social media posts of a kosher restaurant owner were doxxed by “anti-gentrification” protesters.
“Is access to a library comparable to helping out with local services?”
In 1969, the rebbe emerged as an unlikely face in the movement against white flight.
Two Crown Heights luxury buildings would raise area rents and cast plant-killing shadows over the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, residents say.
A Lower East Side real estate developer abruptly painted over a 43-year-old Jewish heritage mural Monday — sparking outrage among neighborhood residents and one of the artists who created it nearly a half century ago.
There were once set-in-stone dividing lines between the Jewish Upper West Side and predominantly black Harlem. But no more, with this week’s announcement that a Jewish community center will open this January, the product of a wave of gentrification.
At the time Deitsch attempted to shut the elder care facility down it was home to many Jewish residents, including one Holocaust survivor.