SAWSJ Sponsors Public Hearing in New York City

by Jennifer Berkshire In 1976, New York resident and then private citizen Ed ward Sullivan was faced with a tough decision. He could continue to teach English as a Second Language at New York University, where he’d been an adjunct faculty member for fifteen years–a job he loved–or he could run for the New York […]
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