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A bilingual (English/Spanish), newspaper produced by WE ACT for the Northern Manhattan community informing residents of significant quality of life issues. From 1996 through 2004, the Uptown Eye focused on environmental issues impacting Northern Manhattan and was distributed free of charge to 10,000 residents at key points in the community. Access select issues of the Uptown Eye (PDF) below.

Fall 2004: Ivory Tower vs. Community Power: When Universities & Communities Collide • 135th Street Transfer Station Stays Shut, As Mayor Reopens Gansevoort • Climate Change & You • Tools For Schools • And more...

English          Spanish

Spring 2004: VICTORY! Parents Prevail In Bitter War Against Lead • Our 15th Anniversary Uprising • From The Editor: Harlem - Symbol of Extreme Sustainability • New York City's Waste Disposal Problem • GLOBAL EYE: Nigeria Under Siege • And more...

English          Spanish

Fall 2001: Waterfront Master Plan Wins $800,000: EDC Plan Based On Harlem On The River Community Vision • WE ACT Files Discrimination Complaint Against the MTA • Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health Reports Early Research Results • Do We Need East River Plaza? • And more...

English          Spanish

  
Summaries of Uptown Eye Issues Not Available in PDF Format

 

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