October 15, 2015 | Featured

I have called NYC home for over 60 years.  Living and working as a government official and City University of New York (CUNY) Sociology Professor in it, I never fail to find something new, remarkable, or strange about it every day.  No wonder it is home to the CUNY system, the largest urban public university in the world.  It truly is a place that attracts those with a deep hunger for learning, including those from the city’s poorest communities and thousands of immigrants representing over 50 countries around the world.  Historically CUNY has played a key role in mitigating inequality through extending access to affordable, quality higher education to everyone on the income ladder…. Read full post on EqualityIndicators.org