Welcome to New York City SSN

About the chapter

Bringing together scholars from the many universities and public policy institutions in the New York City metropolitan area, New York City SSN addresses a variety of public policy issues, particularly in the areas of work and family, economic inequality, and labor rights. Members contribute meaningful research to better align the work-family and reproductive rights constituencies, and organize around the money in politics debate.

Leaders
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Immigration
CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
  • Civic Engagement
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Immigration
CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Members
  • Civic Engagement
  • Economy
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Inequality
  • Race & Ethnicity
Hunter College CUNY
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Inequality
  • Race & Ethnicity
Columbia University in the City of New York
Heterodox Academy
  • Immigration
CUNY Graduate School and University Center
  • Economy
Cornell University Law School
Westwood Capital
  • Inequality
  • Labor
Barnard College
  • Health Care
  • Public Health
Just Care USA
  • Criminal Justice
  • Inequality
  • Law & Courts
  • Public Health
CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy
  • Civic Engagement
  • Media & Public Opinion
  • Science & Technology
Fordham University
  • Public Health
  • Criminal Justice
DePaul University
Center for Policing Equity
  • Labor
  • Economy
  • Health Care
Columbia University
  • Democracy & Governance
  • Health Care
  • Public Health
New York University
  • Economy
The New School

Latest Contributions

Reassessing Education and the American Dream

  • Henry A. J. Ramos
  • Ofronama Biu

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes among Young People in New York City

    Nicholas Freudenberg

Centering Health in Designing NYC’s New Borough Jails

  • Erinn C. Bacchus

Latest in the News

"Why the US Should Pay Close Attention To Race and Class in the Response to Brazilian Insurrection," Jasmine Mitchell, Opinion > Congress Blog, The Hill, January 20, 2023.
"The U.S. Must Follow Brazil's Lead," Jasmine Mitchell, Opinion, Newsweek, November 4, 2022.
"Charitable Bail Reduces Harms as Part of Criminal Legal Excessive Cash Bail Is a Defining Civil Rights and Racial Justice Issue.," Cynthia Golembeski (with Shayla Wilson, Matthew Bakko, and Twyla Carter), Justice, Medium, November 2, 2022.
Jasmine Mitchell quoted by Mylika Scatliffe, "Proposed Stealthing Act of 2022 Could Provide Legal Remedies for Non-Consensual Condom Removal During Sex" AFRO Womens Health Writer, October 24, 2022.
Guest to discuss les Femmes Enseignantes on HM Radio, Macceau Medozile, August 2022.

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