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Most Minimum Wage Workers Will See Increases to $10 Per Hour As of July 1
July 1, 2019
AAUP-AFT Leaders: Rutgers Union Makes Big Gains for Workers, More Work Remains
April 17, 2019
Protest March and Rally Scheduled For Trenton on September 17
September 14, 2018
New State Law Supercedes 2015 Ordinance Passed Here in New Brunswick
May 11, 2018
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Only Accepts Comments Behind Closed Doors
May 9, 2018
Animal Rights Activists Deal With Aftermath of Organization’s Condemned Practices
April 23, 2018
New Brunswick Home to One of Nation's Leading Women's Colleges For 100 Years
March 29, 2018
Demonstrators Facing Charges: Rutgers Punishes Protesters While Claiming Support
March 15, 2018
Rutgers Activists March Through City and Teach Next Generation How to Organize
March 15, 2018
Associate Director Michelle Wilson Takes Over as Executive Director
March 6, 2018
Activists Face Criminal Charges For Protest That Shut Down Rutgers Board Meeting
February 11, 2018
Middlesex County's Policy on Detainer Requests Has Been Criticized by ICE
January 12, 2018
Protesters Call Out Trump Administration For Poor Relief Effort
October 23, 2017
Chalk Art Festival to Raise Money For Adult Substance Abuse Program
August 1, 2017
Students Led 1967 Protests, But One Advocate Contends City Schools Still Don't Satisfy
July 29, 2017
"Take Back the Knight" Aims to Spread Awareness About Human Trafficking
July 27, 2017
Renovations Finished Thanks to American Standard Donations and Volunteer Labor
July 10, 2017
NBEA Organized Event in Response to "A Day Without Immigrants" Protest
June 15, 2017
Free Press Wants to Know "What News Do You Need, New Brunswick?"
May 29, 2017
Over 100 Supporters Rallied Outside Federal Building to Support Carimer Andujar
May 15, 2017
Rutgers Was Recently Embarrassed by Devastating Cyber Attacks
May 10, 2017
Large Crowd Pleaded With Officials to Oppose Plan to Build Gas Pipeline Underneath Raritan Bay and Through Old Bridge, Sayreville, and The Amboys
May 3, 2017
Pediatrician and Anti-fracking Advocate Spoke on Risks of Proposed Pipeline
April 19, 2017
Hundreds Expected to Rally at Anshe Emethe Temple on Sunday April 23
April 19, 2017
Women Organizing Against Harassment Leading Annual "Take Back The Night" March
April 17, 2017
Franklin Food Bank Raising Funds Through Annual Bike Ride For 28 Years
March 31, 2017
Family Planning Coverage Could Be Under Attack If Republicans Repeal Obamacare
February 28, 2017
New Brunswick Community Food Alliance presents Food, Family, Fun Day
February 23, 2017
Collaboration to Offer Clinical Support and Resources for Families with Autistic Adults
December 7, 2016
Mass Protests in NB Show Student Movement Support For Immigrants Rights
November 29, 2016
Deer Populations Are Self-Regulating So Hunting Leads to More Procreation
November 21, 2016
undocuRutgers Provides Info to Undocumented Students Looking to Access Higher Ed
November 16, 2016
Brought to You by PRAB, Unity Square, New Labor, & Esperanza Neighborhood Project
September 22, 2016
Ballot Question Called Off After Working Families Alliance Pulls Petition
September 19, 2016
Key Decision Goes Against Township's Methodology For Calculating Their Obligation
September 1, 2016
Brought to You by PRAB, Unity Square, New Labor, & Esperanza Neighborhood Project
August 22, 2016
NJ High School Students Get a Taste of College on New Brunswick Campus
August 15, 2016
PRAB Offerred Subsidized Childcare Inside a New Brunswick Baptist Church
August 9, 2016
Homelessness Decreased 24% in Middlesex County Since Last Year, Hitting 5-Year Low
August 1, 2016
Diahlo Grant Was Killed by Cops on April 9, Mass Protests on July 8 and July 21 Called on Prosecutor Andrew Carey to Provide Answers and Name The Officers Involved
July 31, 2016
After More Than Eight Months With an Interim President, Non-profit Organization Names City Resident Its New Leader
July 12, 2016
Non-Profit Developers Create Affordable Housing for NJ's Most Vulnerable Residents, But Demand for Housing Still Greatly Outweighs Supply
July 4, 2016
NJ Demonstration Held in Solidarity With of One of Mexico's Poorest But Most Diverse States, Where Teachers Are Literally Under Attack From Federal Government
June 26, 2016
Brought to You by PRAB, Unity Square, New Labor, & Esperanza Neighborhood Project
June 22, 2016
Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War Hosts Screening of "She's Beautiful When She's Angry" Followed by Discussion
June 10, 2016
Homicide is Leading Cause of Death For Pregnant Women in the United States
June 9, 2016
Night of Free Fine Dining Using Traditional Food Pantry Ingredients to Raise Awareness for World Hunger Day
May 27, 2016
County Utilities Authority Has Marketed Its Sewage Sludge as "MeadowLife" Fertilizer
May 22, 2016
Better World Café in Highland Park and Better World Market in Franklin Closed
May 4, 2016