In the borough with the city’s highest eviction rate, the South Bronx Tenants Movement is helping renters organize to fight evictions and rent increases — and to win long-delayed building repairs.
In a city increasingly hit by flooding, managing stormwater is a top priority. The HOPE program’s Intervine project builds rain gardens and other green spaces to capture water and prevent pollution from flowing.
Forging a comeback from the pandemic, Bronx Fashion Week provides opportunities for local designers and models to showcase their skills and abilities in an industry that is often non-accessible to many.
New York City public school students seek more spending on mental health counselors and less on school police, citing statistics that show children of color constitute 90% of school arrests.
O.U.R. Place is one of three city-funded family enrichment centers that offer wide-ranging support to area residents in need. Nine more centers are on tap this summer — including one slated for Mott Haven.
The Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater production calls out the culprits behind the “Bronx is Burning” blazes — and celebrates the neighbors and activists who rebuilt the South Bronx.