Brendan Gill says hope lies in the power of voters.
To address what Mayor Sean Spiller described as a “a disturbing trend of hate groups, including white supremacists and neo-Nazis targeting our community,” Montclair will launch an anti-hate task force.
A landlord group fighting Montclair’s rent control ordinance has filed another suit against the township and the township clerk, this time claiming a civil rights act violation.
Approximately 1,000 people marched in the streets of Montclair on Saturday, June 6, to protest police brutality and call for accountability from local and national law-enforcement agencies. Photos by Adam […]
The crowd at the Montclair Public Library Auditorium Sunday, Feb. 16, is educated and entertained by “The History of Black Churches and the Voting Movement.” The event explored the pivotal role of black […]
Hundreds rally in Montclair to support LGBTQ+ equalities in New Jersey. Garden State Equality states on their website they’re “working to ban the gay and trans panic defense, reform HIV […]
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org While New Jersey is seeing an overall increase in bias crimes committed, Montclair is reporting a decline, according to the 2017-18 numbers supplied by the state. […]
Bobby Kennedy was an important figure in the Civil Rights movement, Dawn Porter discovered. A four part series on Bobby Kennedy begins.
Educators will be introduced to the new Montclair History Center and the educational opportunities it offers about early America, slavery in the north, the coming of the railroad and the […]
Noted civil rights attorney & author Bryan Stevenson will lead the discussion.
There will be special guest readers from the art, literary and social justice communities who will begin the reading.
A fun, lively crowd of 50 didn’t let a little rain stop them from coming to Cryan’s in South Orange last night to support Garden State Equality’s quiz fundraising event. […]