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Sex Workers Rally for SlutWalk NYC

Sex Workers Rally for SlutWalk NYC

Marchers said they hoped to destigmatize sex work.

COVID-19 Pandemic Worsened OCD Symptoms

COVID-19 Pandemic Worsened OCD Symptoms

Preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 caused discomfort to those suffering from OCD.

Will Happy and Patty Be Released from Solitary?

Will Happy and Patty Be Released from Solitary?

Animal rights activists want two Bronx zoo elephants relocated to a sanctuary.

Fighting Gender Disparities In a Digital Age

Fighting Gender Disparities In a Digital Age

The 67th Commission on the Status of Women addressed the digital divide, gender-based violence, rural women’s rights, and online harassment.

Paint Puff ’N’ Peace in the Bronx

Paint Puff ’N’ Peace in the Bronx

An art gallery for cannabis and CBD consumers.

Food Insecurity Impacts Bronxites’ Health

Food Insecurity Impacts Bronxites’ Health

Residents are susceptible to health risks because they can’t afford healthy sustainable meals.

Bronx Activists Push Bill to Fix Climate Crisis

Bronx Activists Push Bill to Fix Climate Crisis

More than 400 New Yorkers mobilized to demand that the state government fight climate change.

History of NYC’s Mass Transit

History of NYC’s Mass Transit

The block-long underground Transit Museum is a blast from the past.

How Social Media Normalizes Violence Against Black Women

How Social Media Normalizes Violence Against Black Women

For women suffering from domestic violence, social outlets can exacerbate their pain.