Jersey City Black Business Market

The Waterfront Project (WFP), a beacon of hope and support for those at risk of homelessness in Hudson County, is thrilled to announce the Jersey City Black Business Market event. Inspired by a deep-seated commitment to community empowerment and economic resilience, this special gathering, taking place on February 23rd at ANDCO, seeks to celebrate and […]

The Waterfront Project Responds to Supreme Court’s Decision to Hear City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson

As a leading non-profit organization dedicated to preventing homelessness and promoting affordable housing, The Waterfront Project is responding to the United States Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case of the City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson. This case revisits critical legal precedents set by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit […]

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Lenders can’t discriminate against applicants because of immigration status, feds warn

Banks and mortgage companies are being reminded that they can’t discriminate against loan applicants on the basis of race, national origin or immigration status. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Justice Department today issued a joint statement, saying that consumers have reported being rejected for credit cards as well as for auto, student, personal, and […]

Free film screening: “Rabble rousers: Frances Goldin and the Fight for Cooper Square”

The Waterfront Project is proud to announce the sponsorship screening of “Rabble Rousers: Frances Goldin and the Fight for Cooper Square,” at the Bethune Center on October 12th, at 7:00 pm. Rabble Rousers tells the remarkable story of the community’s successful battle for housing rights through the eyes of unflinching radical activist, Frances Goldin. Goldin’s legacy […]