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DOE Shift to Desegregate School System

DOE Shift to Desegregate School System

New admissions processes for middle and high schools aim to diversify districts.

In Prison During the Pandemic

In Prison During the Pandemic

COVID-19 has taken its toll on jail and prison inmates, with many clusters of cases and deaths.

Remembering David Dinkins

Remembering David Dinkins

Dinkins inherited a city in disarray, reeling from sensational, racially-charged incidents.

A Biden & Harris Win

A Biden & Harris Win

An eruption of joy in NYC when the results were announced.

Conversation With Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez

Conversation With Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez

Outlining her bid for Bronx Borough president.

Tech Equity Day of Action

Tech Equity Day of Action

Uneven access to devices during the pandemic has impacted education of Bronx students.

Pandemic Toll on Grocery Workers

Pandemic Toll on Grocery Workers

Stress of dealing with customers has increased as the pandemic ebbed.

Covid-19 Unemployment Spike in The Bronx

Covid-19 Unemployment Spike in The Bronx

The county has the highest rates in the state.

Pains of Pandemic Pedagogy

Pains of Pandemic Pedagogy

Fall semester for some New York City school teachers was a complex juggling act.