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9/11 Increases Types of Profiling

9/11 Increases Types of Profiling

Authorities use race, religion, and accents to identify possible criminals. A growing number of Americans say they’ve been profiled.

Women’s Herstory Month

Women’s Herstory Month

African-Americans do it in February. Latinos do it in September and October. Asians do it in May. So, when do women celebrate their history and heritage?

Desperate Lives: Trials of Undocumented Workers in the Bronx

Desperate Lives: Trials of Undocumented Workers in the Bronx

New York City has an estimated population of 540,000 undocumented workers, and more than half of them live in the Bronx.

The War on Street Gangs

The War on Street Gangs

A visit to Gang Perp Central, in Harlem’s 25th police precinct reveals that many on the force feel they have gang violence under control in New York City.