Airport Workers Rally For Better Pay

BY NATALIA KOZIKOWSKA Staff Writer In September of last year, Wendy Arellano, a Queens mother of two, had to make one of the most difficult decisions in her life. “I had to send my kids to live with my mother in Long Island. They were spending too much time by themselves,” she said. “I couldn’t […]

Parents and Students Embrace MLK’s Legacy

BY NATALIA KOZIKOWSKA Staff Writer On Jan. 20, dozens of parents and their children gathered at the St. Albans Presbyterian Church to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy at the fourth annual Dream to R.E.A.D. event. The celebration, hosted by the Queens Community Parent-Teacher Student Association, sought to stress the importance of parental involvement and […]

Moya Fights For Living Wage

Assemblyman Francisco Moya (D-Jackson Heights) is calling on the Port Authority to guarantee area airport workers a living wage and health benefits. Approximately 12,000 workers in New York City-area airports are paid at or near the minimum wage. Thousands of security guards, cabin cleaners, terminal cleaners and ID checkers make poverty wages and are afforded no […]