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Public Housing Tenants March for Better Conditions

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Heating Woes for Public Housing Residents

New York City Housing Authority residents have not had steady heat all winter.

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An East Village Cafe for Dogs

New York’s first dogfriendly cafe, Boris & Horton has opened in the East Village.

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Trump’s tariffs on solar energy may damage fast growing industry

 President Donald Trump recently imposed tariffs on imported solar energy panels, causing prices to go up by 30 percent and creating a major roadblock for the solar sector, one of the most rapidly expanding industries in the United States. “It boggles my mind that this president – any president, really – would voluntarily choose to damage one of the […]

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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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Muslim women demand an end to violence aimed at them

Muslim women protested in front of City Hall today.

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NY People: Dokodemo Manager/Chef, Dahyun Lee

Dokodemo is a Japanese grill in the East Village, New York. Dahyun Lee is the manager and chef.

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Hurricane Sandy victims mark 5 year anniversary with rally for climate justice

Sandy victims and others marched for climate change on the 5th anniversary of the hurricane which, claimed 117 lives and caused $75 million in damages.

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Obamacare Enrollment opens with a rally at Harlem Hospital Center

The enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act opened and health care advocates say getting the word out is key.

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Stroke, brain and spine injury survivors perform on World Stroke Day

Patients at Mount Sinai Hospital celebrated life and overcoming injuries on World Stroke Day,