Articles written by: Keziah Tutu

Keziah Tutu

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Families of fatal police shootings want their voices heard

“We need a movement where everyone can say, just stop, it needs to stop.”

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Grasshopper Tacos are a crunchy feast

Toloache 50, in Midtown, is a Mexican restaurant that serves grasshopper tacos

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Healthy eating in the South Bronx

The South Bronx has been dubbed a “food desert,” and three groups are attempting to change that stereotype, but face a battle when even well-laid plans collide with real life.

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Dead or Alive: The Black Lives Matter Movement

Few members of Black Lives Matter of Greater New York rally in support of Deborah Danner’s family as they attend the trial of the NYPD officer who killed her. The lack of attendance​ brings into question the future of the Black Lives Matter movement and its​ message.

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NYU Muslim students still feel sting of “Muslim Ban”

It is the the year anniversary of the announcement of the ban.

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Some Ghanaian immigrants agree with Trump’s “shithole” comments

Unemployment is high in Ghana.

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Stroke Victims Dance on World Stroke Day

Stroke patients, survivors, and patients with other disabilities perform a slew of dance routines in celebration of World Stroke Day.

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Mental illness explored in film festival

he film genres range from documentaries, fiction, animation and autobiographical stories.

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Public housing at risk under proposed budget cuts

A rally gave advocates and tenants a voice.