I have no kids, and I want my tax dollars used to educate homeless children

If I am supporting the community — then that means all the children in the community — not just those with the benefits of a stable home.

June 2012: LI School Budget Re-Vote results

Long Island School Budget Vote story at Long Island Press: here. All of the nine school budgets on Long Island which were put up for a re-vote on June 19th passed. These include (in alphabetical order):

“My mom doesn’t have papers…”: A daily drama on Long Island?

Update: July 2010: An excellent report by the NYCLU, with link to a list of some of the offending school districts. If your school district is one of them, think about speaking out to your school board. Be kind to the disadvantaged young people in your community. Kimberly writes: You may have heard the story […]

Newsday Op-Ed about civil rights, fair housing, and school district stats

Andrew Young will visit Long Island on June 2nd, to receive an award from Erase Racism. Howard Glickstein has published an op-ed in Newsday about Andrew Young and Civil Rights.

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