People’s Prep, Newark’s only independent public charter high school, is making a push to get some extra fundraising love in coordination with #GivingTuesday.
Join this series of public meetings to discuss issues affecting the community and schools of the South Ward
Five Newark sites, including four library branches, will each host an iteration of the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) Campus Center at Rutgers University – Newark.
For the past three weeks, Newark Public Schools led several exercises throughout the district in an effort to increase civic engagement among its students.
Students from the Rutgers’ Constitutional Law Clinic, International Human Rights Clinic, and other legal clinics will be on hand for any Essex County resident who is turned down at the polls trying to vote on Election Day, November 6, 2018.
The midterm elections take place November 6th and there’s more to the ballot than Congressional candidates.
Op-Ed contributor Lionel Latouche is a trauma therapist in Newark. He is also a trauma survivor: his cousin was killed by a New York police officer. In this piece, Latouche recounts his dialogue with Newark police officers and their conclusions about how they can better relate to, and serve, the community.