Articles written by: Wyatt Salsbury

Wyatt Salsbury

Features / News / Video

Cuban Americans still can’t agree on Obama’s historic visit to Cuba

A month after Obama’s controversial visit to island, Cuban Americans can’t agree whether it was a good idea.


Muslims voice concern over Trump’s success

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has proposed a policy that would temporarily, yet completely, ban Muslims from the United States should he be elected president.

News / Video

UberRUSH Couriers Organize Against Lower Wages

On December 1st, an UberRUSH went on strike.

Audio / Features

Working in Miss Tea at the Union Square Holiday Market

An audio portrait of Shahar Mintz, 41 of Kibbutz Revadim, Israel. Mintz is a worker at Miss Tea, located at the Union Square Holiday Market.

Features / Video

Race for Kids

By Wyatt Salsbury News package covering Race for Kids, an event put on by Youth Inc. and Royal Bank of Canada to raise money and awareness of children living in poverty in New York City.

Features / Video

NY People: Kennedy, Singer of Kennedy Administration

The lead singer of the Kennedy Administration tells her story.


Bronx pow wow celebrates Native American culture

They danced traditional Native American dances, ate Native foods, listened to stories and admired the dreamcatchers that were sprinkled throughout the event.


Palestinian anger over Al Aqsa Mosque heard in Times Square

About 200 people attended the Times Square demonstration, which was part of a two day effort.

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GOP CNN Debate: What Would Reagan Do?

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