The Legacy of Lisa Steinberg: The Children’s Safety Project at Greenwich House Hosts Benefit Luncheon for New York City Children Who Are Victims of Abuse

A Fist Killed Lisa Steinberg; Terror on 10th Street; Lisa Steinberg Thrown Witness Says; Village Horror Not Forgotten. In 1987 New York City was in shock. Six-year-old Village girl Lisa Steinberg was found murdered, the victim of physical abuse, with the prime suspects her adoptive parents. Headlines following the trail and conviction of Lisa’s illegal guardian filled the papers for two years straight. The brutality of the case resonated throughout the city, especially in Lisa’s Greenwich Village neighborhood where the community had to reconcile not only how someone could treat a child in that manner, but how it could go on unnoticed.  Read More»

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