Articles written by: Julia Lee

Julia Lee

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Federal employees get free food and metro card as second shutdown looms

Federal workers impacted by the government shutdown received help from the ‘Stand with Federal Workers’ event today at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, where food and metro cards were provided. Photo by Julia Lee   Federal workers impacted by the recently ended 35-day shutdown, the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, received help from the ‘Stand with Federal Workers’ event yesterday […]

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Guidelines for dealing with clergy sexual abuse on hold

Survivors and advocates for reform in the Catholic Church are frustrated by the Vatican’s decision to delay any vote addressing clergy abuse until February.

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Queens protesters say “no” to Amazon

Queens residents protest Amazon HQ2, a planned new corporate headquarters in Long Island City. Photo by Julia Lee About a hundred Queens residents stood near the proposed location of Amazon’s new headquarters in Long Island City in the pouring rain yesterday and chanted, “Hey hey, ho ho, Amazon has got to go” as they protested multiple aspects of the company’s […]

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Protesters respond to Trump’s plan to define gender

Protesters gathered at City Hall in response to the Trump administration’s plan to exclude transgender and nonbinary people from its legal definition of gender.

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Protesters march for Botham Shem Jean and against racism

Off duty police officer, Amber Guyger, 26,  shot  Jean on Sept. 6th. The killing has sparked protests nationwide.

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Hundreds gather to remember the devastation of Hurricane

A lot of the pain and anger Puerto Ricans feel is based on the neglect of the federal government.