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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.

High Cost of NYPD Abuse in the Bronx

High Cost of NYPD Abuse in the Bronx

Lehman journalism students discuss their investigative Spring semester story.

Neighbors Clean Parks

Neighbors Clean Parks

Budget cuts left Joyce Kilmer Park overrun with garbage.

Black Lives Matter in Riverdale

Black Lives Matter in Riverdale

Neighborhood residents come together for a vigil.

Cons & Pros of Virtual Education

Cons & Pros of Virtual Education

Some students found it more difficult to learn remotely while others reported being more productive.

Pandemic Fuels Racist Attacks

Pandemic Fuels Racist Attacks

The spread of COVID-19 amplifies inappropriate and uninformed behavior across nations.