On Thursday, February 18, Union and EDS at Union partnered with Choose Healthy Life to host a webinar aimed at empowering students and clergy to become informed messengers who educate and inspire their communities to fight COVID-19 through social distancing, testing, and vaccinations.
On this Martin Luther King Day, we are pleased to share with you the first in a series of videos created by our Black-Jewish Clergy Roundtable and the office of New York State Attorney General Letitia James, reflecting in turn on hope, light, and unity. Today, as we continue to build community bridges with our faith and civic partners and be upstanders in the face of hate, we are hopeful about the future.
A group that started as a voice for African Americans during the civil rights movement is now working to help people from all walks of life. Zachary Kiesch shows how One Hundred Black Men of New York is making a difference in Harlem.
Rev. Jacques DeGraff Talks Scaffold Law Reform