Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence” speech was delivered at Riverside Church (121st Street and Riverside Drive) on April 4, 1967, exactly one year before his assassination. It mobilized millions to take a stand against the war and support social justice in the United States and internationally.

MHCC has actively engaged with a wide array of stakeholders to raise awareness of the issues that impact our neighborhood.

Following is a list of news articles on Morningside Heights and MHCC’s progress.

Columbia Spectator: Columbia must consider the impact of its reopening plan on the surrounding neighborhood (MHCC Op-Ed)

City Limits: Please Don’t Love our Community to Death (MHCC Op-Ed)

Crain’s New York: Community group: We’re realistic on development but won’t go down quietly

Columbia Spectator: A little village, its boundaries, and its stewards

The New School Center for New York City Affairs: Rezone us, Please

Forward: JTS made $100M in a development deal. Will it give some money to its neighbors?

Columbia Spectator: Here comes the high-rise

Columbia Spectator: Inside Manhattanville tenants’ fight against predatory landlords

City Limits: “As of right” and wrong as developers target Morningside Heights