First Amendment Defense Act: An Assault on the Constitution and Civil Rights

Posted by Sonya Landau | December 16, 2016 | Under Blog, Community, Language, Law, LCG Blog, Legal, Politics, Vocabulary, What You Can Do, Words, Writing

FADA: The Wrong Way to Protect our Rights Orwell’s 1984 was even more frightening when I reread it during the Bush administration. Amidst freedom fries and the Patriot Act, I saw traces of his infamous doublespeak: War is peace. Freedom … Continued

Fact or Faction

Posted by Sonya Landau | November 3, 2016 | Under Campaign, Climate Change, Communications, Education, Language, LCG Blog, Politics, PR, Vocabulary, What You Can Do, Words, Writing

The Sticky Truth The election is right around the corner and the world is in a tizzy about the outcome. News sites and Facebook feeds are brimming with analyses of the latest Trump gaffe, the panic surrounding the “new” Clinton … Continued

Gunning For Change: Gun Safety in America

Posted by Sonya Landau | March 22, 2016 | Under Blog, Campaign, Community, LCG Blog, Politics, PR, Progressive, What You Can Do

Whatever one’s feelings about the 2nd amendment, individuals’ gun rights should not supersede the health and safety of the American people. I was in middle school when the massacre at Columbine happened. Everyone was devastated and appalled – those kids … Continued

Client News: ERFA’s New Zoning Plan to Stop Supertowers

East River Fifties Alliance Files New Zoning Plan, Promotes Affordable Housing; Manhattan Borough President Brewer, City Council Members Kallos and Garodnick, and State Senator Krueger Co-Sign After months of intense preparation, our clients, the East River Fifties Alliance (ERFA), just … Continued

Climate Change Scientists Take Nantucket Sleighride

Posted by Sonya Landau | December 17, 2015 | Under Blog, Brooklyn, Climate Change, Education, Environment, LCG Blog, Nonprofit, NYC, PR, Progressive, Science, What You Can Do

Take Your Own Nantucket Sleighride: How Old Whaling Ships Are Helping in the Fight to Stop Climate Change In the wake of the recent UN climate change conference in Paris, there’s lots of discussion about the subject. Some argue that … Continued