Articles written by: Rebeca Corleto

Rebeca Corleto

News

#MissingDCGirls exposes lack of attention on missing girls and women of color

The viral hashtag was false but a disproportionate amount of women and girls of color go missing each year. And it’s under reported.

Audio / Features

Niche Books Help Independent Booksellers Stay Open

Niche is the key for independent booksellers.

News

Sense of urgency hits East Village protestors

President Trump’s opposition has a lot to protest about.

News / Politics

Low inauguration turnout, but Trump supporters don’t care

Though the crowd was unimpressive in number, that didn’t detract from the excitement his supporters felt on the first day of his presidency.

Features / Special Reports

NYC Marathon: Running in memory of loved ones

Roman’s spirit is strong. Even after completing the longest run of her life, she had no intention of resting tonight.

Audio / Features

NY People: Kyle Fox, park therapist

Kyle Fox sits in Washington Square Park and listens to people’s stories.

Live Blog / News

Twitter creates presidential debate comedy

The 3rd debate of the 2016 election brought out the wannabe comedian in everyone.

Features

A second chance for formerly incarcerated women

The WPA helps women reunite with their children, find employment, and reestablish themselves after leaving the criminal justice system.

News

Chelsea explosion turns salon into makeshift first aid station

As people ran up the street, some took cover in the salon.

Features / News / Special Reports / Uncategorized

Selfies, tourists and memories of 9/11

Watch the crowd gathered at the 9/11 memorial site and you will see markers of people in service: t-shirts with the names of the fallen beneath the words, “Never Forget”, badges and pins indicating ranks, ladder numbers, and squads.