Guest Column

October 7, 2018

This week marks an important milestone in the civil rights movement for people with disabilities:  the one-year anniversary of the passage of the Stephen Komninos Law in New Jersey. Named after a young man who died almost 10 years earlier to the day — due to inexcusable neglect by his group home ...

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As the authors of a ThinkProgress article on Newark’s shortcomings as a sanctuary city that Mayor Ras J. Baraka recently lambasted as “yet another pathetic example of how some so-called progressives viciously attack each other rather than organizing and uniting to fight the real enemy in ...

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Newark is much more than a sanctuary city. We are a sanctuary community. In a sanctuary city, the local government, especially local police, do not cooperate with the misguided and unconstitutional Trump administration policies of detaining and deporting undocumented immigrants. Newark is a ...

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