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I Am A Muslim Too

I Am A Muslim Too

New Yorkers of wide-ranging religious beliefs gathered in Times Square to protest Islamophobia and the recent executive order on refugees.

Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

People from across the U.S. packed planes, trains and buses en route to Washington D.C.

Haitians Protest Hillary

Haitians Protest Hillary

Many of the 140,000 Haitian Americans living in New York are ambivalent about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Unstoppable Support Meets the Immovable Trump

Unstoppable Support Meets the Immovable Trump

In a race where most candidates walk a public relations tight rope, Trump has thrived despite racist, sexist comments.

Are You Voting November 8th?

Are You Voting November 8th?

Bronxites share their plans for the presidential election.

Getting Seriously Silly with Red Nose Day

Getting Seriously Silly with Red Nose Day

Millions across the globe, including celebrities, donned red clown noses on May 26 in an effort to help children in need.

Ant and Sam

Ant and Sam

Anthony Ureña, a Lehman College student, was found dead in Hudson River at the age of 23 on Christmas Day, 2015. To this day, the authorities don’t know exactly how he died.

Verizon Strike Ends

Verizon Strike Ends

After almost seven weeks of patient, prolific protest, workers got what they wanted: an employee-friendly contract from the Verizon Wireless Company.

The Battle Over Bathrooms

The Battle Over Bathrooms

On May 13 the Obama administration directed public schools across the nation to give transgender students access to bathrooms matching their gender identities.