SOBNY Leadership Essays
COVID-19 epidemic has exposed the naked face of institutional and interpersonal racism.
Preface By: Marc Morial, President & CEO, National Urban League
Addressing Disparities New and Old Across New York
Essay By: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
A Life-Altering Year
Essay By: Jonnel Doris, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)
New Yorkers Deserve a Fair Hiring Process.
FPWA - We Must Seize This Moment To End Racism and Poverty Once and For All.
Essay By: Jennifer Jones Austin, Esquire,
CEO & Executive Director of FPWA
A Post-Pandemic World:
Ending Black Inequality and Promoting Public Policy Equity,
In Pursuit of The American Dream.
Essay By: Dr. John Flateau, PhD
Chairperson of the Dept. Of Business Administration, Medgar Evers College
The Future for NYC's Black Youth Depends on Better Mental Health Care.
Essay By: Michael A. Lindsey, Ph.D.,
Executive Director, NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty and Research
Digital Divide or Digital Inclusion?
Essay By: Clayton Banks,
Co-Founder & CEO, Silicon Harlem
What Does Criminal Justice Reform Look Like in The Next Decade of The 21st Century?
Essay By: Elder Kristen John Foy,
Founder & President, The Arc of Justice, Inc.
How The Income Inequality Gap Specifically Impacts Women & How We Can Close The Gap
Essay By: Camille Emeagwali & Ana Oliviera, NYWF