Act now to protect the open space and wildlife habitat areas of Liberty State Park with the LSP Protection Act currently making its way through the New Jersey Legislature.
Are you a renter having trouble paying your housing costs — or a landlord trying to help tenants who arebehind in their rent? Billions of dollars in federal aid from the American Rescue Plan are finally available. On July 28 (today), local programs will begin to deliver assistance to help renters keep their homes.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has a Rental Assistance Finder to identify rental assistance in your area. At this page, you can apply for help and learn about other options that might be available. If you can’t find a program in your area, call 2-1-1 or your local housing authority for assistance.
Overlook the potty language and focus on Chinatown Meat Boy's awesome humanity. A butcher shop owner helping to feed the commnity's vulnerable.
A 'former bastard cop' says demilitarizing police and investing in communities can heal society #p2
David Su PPE gets PPE from around the world (even the elusive KN95). And then sells them. Prices are reasonable.
Gov. Murphy signs Executive Order allowing NJ tenants to pay back rent with security deposits
Fascinating, disturbing and important truths about the coronavirus' impact on Black America
Aún los que no estén obligados someter una declaración de renta al IRS pueden calificarse para recibir su cheque de estímulo llenando el formulario en la página web del IRS.
NJEDA announces launch dates to apply for grants for businesses impacted by COVID-19
Resources for ALICE home buyers and renters #p2
Recursos para la enfermedad coronavirus | Coronavirus outbreak resources
Cómo hablar con un oficial del Departmento de Salud de New Jersey sobre el virus Covid-19 #p2
Both the State of New Jersey and the City of Newark are offering relief for tenants
In open letter, Mayor Baraka calls on President Trump to fix nation’s failing water infrastructure rather than pursuing a manufactured border crisis #p2
It’s awe-inspiring and terrifying to know how much Google and Facebook know about us: where we go, what time we go to the gym, what you’ve searched, what searches you’ve deleted, what apps you use, what you and your friends talk about, and more. Dylan Curran, writing in The Guardian, says,
They can access your webcam and microphone
The data they collect includes tracking where you are, what applications you have installed, when you use them, what you use them for, access to your webcam and microphone at any time, your contacts, your emails, your calendar, your call history, the messages you send and receive, the files you download, the games you play, your photos and videos, your music, your search history, your browsing history, even what radio stations you listen to.