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Working Without Labor Contracts, City Unions to Rally for Back Pay Raises

Union workers plan to rally to highlight lack of contracts and claim that city has cash for backpay.

East Village »

Protesters March Against Plan to Turn Former Community Center into Dorms

Hundreds of people protested against a developer's plan to convert the center into college dorms. 

Union Square »

Thousands March in Manhattan for May Day Protests

Occupy Wall Street and labor unions organized a day of protests to mark International Workers' Day.

Midtown »

Tuba-Toting Protesters Swarm Midtown Restaurant, Lawsuit Claims

Dozens of demonstrators allegedly swarmed Dishes last week to protest against the working conditions.

East Flatbush »

Infighting Divides Latest Kimani Gray Protest in East Flatbush

Factions were divided over how to protest the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, who was shot by police.

East Flatbush »

Dozens Arrested as Protesters Clash With Cops at Rally for Slain Teen

Relatives of Kimani Gray, 16, decided not to speak when the vigil grew rowdy, representatives said.

East Flatbush »

Latest Rally for Kimani Gray, 16-Year-old Shot By Cops, is Peaceful

One night after a vigil for Kimani Gray turned violent, Tuesday's protest was less chaotic.

Cobble Hill »

Emotions High as SUNY Trustees Meet for Final Decision on LICH

Supporters at a public hearing, Thursday, urged SUNY board members to keep LICH off the chopping block.

New York City »

Christine Quinn Foes Prepare Campaign to Spoil Her Mayoral Hopes

A group of protesters who have long hounded Speaker Quinn plan to step up their efforts in 2013.

East Village »

Cooper Union Students End 'Live-In' Protest After Weeklong Occupation

Students at Cooper Union were protesting possible tuition charges at the traditionally free school.

Corona »

Residents March Against Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Development

Neighbors and politicians marched Sunday to protest development plans at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

East Village »

Cooper Union Students Hold 'Live-In' Protest for Free Education

Eleven students from the school have locked themselves in the school's Cooper Square building.

Williamsburg »

City Removes Veteran's War Protest Art From McCarren Park

The city removed a sculpture that Army Veteran Giovanni Gelardi said he erected for deceased military.

Williamsburg »

'Pieta' War Protest Art at McCarren Park Prohibited by City, Officials Say

A uniformed skeleton lies in the Virgin Mary's arms on a Bedford Avenue corner of the park.

Upper West Side »

Lincoln Center Musicians Protest Use of Prerecorded Music

The professional musicians' union is furious that a visiting ballet troupe is using prerecorded music.

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