Today Without Women.

As most of you know today is the National Women’s Strike, “A Day Without Women”. Many women across New York are participating in the strike, which is wonderful, but it’s been a little controversial as well.  Many can’t afford to take a day off.  There were also questions about whether teachers and substitutes should strike. […]

General Nationwide Strike on February 17th.

As many of you may have already heard, most likely from your Facebook feeds, Anti-Trump resistance organizers are calling for a general strike the Friday before Presidents day, February 17th.  What exactly does this mean? Citizens are urged to stay home from work and school and not spend any money.  It’s meant to exclaim our […]

A Message From Carlos Menchaca

We received the message below from our Council Member, Carlos Menchaca, and wanted to pass it along!  We’re so proud of Menchaca and all the politicians standing up for immigrant rights and protesting alongside their constituents. We’ve been hearing about a lot of folks putting pressure on our local politicians, in fact we blogged about the protest […]

GET A SPINE, Chuck Protest Tomorrow.

New Yorkers right now are feeling so many things!  Depressed, helpless, agitated, stressed, angry to name a few.  We can take all of these emotions and be pro-active with them.  We heard about a protest in Brooklyn tomorrow that some of you may be interested in.  Senator Schumer has disappointed many Brooklyn residents with his […]

The RC Team Marches on NYC and DC!

We couldn’t be prouder of our Realty Collective family, who energetically participated at the Women’s March on DC and it’s sister March on NYC.  RC’s Victoria, Tina, Nils, Shyda, Brice, Chelsea, Tania and Liz A. were chanting among the enormous crowds on Saturday. It was an incredibly powerful experience that we will never forget and looking […]

News and History on The LICH Controversy.

Since the Long Island College Hospital announced it would be closing a couple of years back there has been controversy. Between the loss of jobs and the neighborhood losing an important health care facility many folks were upset and came together to protest against the closure.  Then came the sale and announcement that towering condos […]