Prof. Micha Tomkiewicz will be giving a seminar about adaptation to climate change this Wednesday, March 5th! In other news, we’re coming to the end of Black History Month, and transitioning into Women’s History Month. While we don’t agree with relegating the celebration of these two important populations to mere months, they do give us more chances to talk about Barbara … [Read More...]
We’re a PR firm that specializes in doing work for progressive activist groups, non-profits, cause campaigns and labor unions working for change, as well as for small businesses and organizations.
And because we don’t waste our clients’ money on a fancy Manhattan office and address, we’re able to keep our costs down, and give more service directly to our clients. In this way, we’ve been able to help a number of grassroots organizations get their messages out for the first time.
Happy New Year to all. As ever, we hope it will be a good one. We started out the year here by getting the court’s answer to the question, “if it looks like a park, acts like a park and is used like a park, is it really a park?” The answer was a resounding yes, and with that, on January 7th, the court struck down as illegal the giveaway of parcels of parkland in Greenwich Village to NYU as part of the university’s plan to implement the ludicrous, overblown, unneeded and unwanted 2031 … [Read More...]
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