Anti-Violence Fair Held In Harlem

CBS New York
An anti-violence fair was held Friday in Harlem in the same city housing complex where a little boy was killed in March. The event had the feel of a block party but with crucial information about resources for the community


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Library Privacy Week


Monday, October 21 – Saturday, October 26

New York City’s three library systems — Brooklyn Public Library, The New York Public Library, and Queens Library — and Metropolitan New York Library Council are celebrating Library Privacy Week.

Building News

New elevators and lights being installed in all buildings later on this year

Membership Drive

Meeting in September on the 18th federal monitor of NYCHA will be attending

Trying to Cut Crime in Public Housing by Making It More Livable

By Tina Rosenberg
Ms. Rosenberg is a co-founder of the Solutions Journalism Network, which supports rigorous reporting about responses to social problems.
July 10, 2018

Credit Byron Smith for The New York Times

The strategy, embodied in the Mayor’s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety, is being employed in 15 of the most dangerous public housing complexes in the city. The idea is to lower crime by making these neighborhoods better — places where residents live in well-maintained buildings, have necessary services, are engaged in civic life and can collaborate to solve problems.