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#MeToo Say Participants at Domestic Violence Awareness Event

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Protesters rally against statue celebrating gynecologist who experimented on slaves

The 5th Avenue statue on J.Marion Sims celebrates a man who tortured slave women with gynecological experiments, protestors say.

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Subway performers bring music to commuters

Each spring the MTA Music Under New York looks for new talented performers to entertain commuters. program. Those chosen get to play in the busiest areas of the subway.

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Street Squash After School Program Teaches More than a Game

Street Squash After School program in Harlem is a haven for kids.

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Threats to EPA Lead to Science Protests

The science community is outraged.

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At 57, Roller Derby’s “Duchess Down Lo” Can Take The Hits

Ida Burton, 57, or Duchess Down Lo, has been playing roller derby for nearly seven years. Burton yearned for the feeling of playing a team sport and after watching her daughters play sports growing up, Burton found her love in derby.

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New Yorkers Reflect on Trump’s 100 Days in Office

At his 100th day in office, President Trump has the lowest approval ratings of any modern president. In New York City, residents give President Trump mixed reviews.

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Black girls code

Black Girls Code, a non-profit organization founded in 2011, worked with a tech company SmartGurlz to teach girls how to code.

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Remembering children who were victims of gun violence on Palm Sunday

St Mark’s Church In the Bowery uses the holy day to remember the dead.

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International Students Worry About Their Future Under Trump

Young international students are rethinking their place in America.