Albany Proper is joining local community members, activists, businesses, and organizations as we come together to uplift our communities which have been plagued with gun violence.
Xji -Anne Hudson isn’t often at a loss for words. “I’m usually a person that you give me a topic and I can go on and on and on. If I could rap I could make amazing songs,”
Elizabeth Zahdan held up a peace sign and waved a Palestinian flag towards cars on Henry Johnson Boulevard. In return, drivers honked their horns in solidarity. She was just one of
Following months of public demands and repeated delays, the Albany Common Council voted 9-6 to further table legislation to ban the use of tear gas in the city. It means the counci