“What happened was we had ... my wife is an artist and I am an artist and we had a quarrel about the fact that I was more, eh, exposed to the public than she was and she went to the bedroom and I went after her and she went out of the window”
“The essential hallmark of the Yankees has changed in the decade since George Steinbrenner purchased the club in 1973. By now, at every level in the organization — from the guard at the gate to the principal owner in his private box —the Yankees are marked by a broad streak of paranoia”
“Given that black folks make art and market it within white supremacist capitalist patriarchy, none of us can ignore the reality that any black person who wants to create a product with mass crossover appeal must do some serious soul-searching”
Patrolman Phil Caruso and lawyer Richard Hartman built the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association into an arrogant, insular, and wealthy institution that stands above the law and beyond scrutiny. Where is the $63 million a year in tax funds and union dues going? Only their friends know for sure.
Carmen Díaz lost all her belongings and parts of her home, as well as her work running a childcare center that was damaged by Hurricane Maria. She says serving as a volunteer at Hogar Nueva Mujer has given purpose and meaning to her days since the storm hit.
Hogar Nueva Mujer has been offering therapy, provisions, support, and housing services to domestic violence victims for 26 years. The aftermath of Hurricane Maria has drastically impacted the mental health of all Puerto Ricans.
Laundry Solidario is one of the programs that have been developed at Hogar Nueva Mujer after the hurricane. Participants of the program are grateful for the service that has provided a weekly low-cost laundry service for them who still don’t have electricity in their homes.