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The bells ring to remember on 9/11
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The bells ring to remember on 9/11

On the first anniversary of 9/11, the Mayor of London and the Archbishop of Canterbury presented the Bell of Hope to St. Paul’s Chapel, which has been operating in Manhattan since colonial times.

For the young, 9/11 is only history
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For the young, 9/11 is only history

With the average age of a high school freshman being between 13- 15, no one in the ninth grade and below would have been born for the events of 9/11.

Teaching 9/11
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Teaching 9/11

This was their last social studies class before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that changed their city and the world.

Chinatown rebuilds after 9/11
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Chinatown rebuilds after 9/11

Following the 9/11 attacks, Chinatown suffered an economic depression.

Voices of Harlem
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Voices of Harlem

A special report by the staff of Pavement Pieces explores Harlem today. Video by Amina Srna (Virtual Reality video must be viewed using the Chrome Browser.) To view click here  

NY Primary: Young Voters for Bernie
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NY Primary: Young Voters for Bernie

Young voters give their thoughts on the Democratic candidates. They choose Bernie.

NYC Primary: Colorful Sanders supporters rally at Navy Yard before debate
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NYC Primary: Colorful Sanders supporters rally at Navy Yard before debate

They came from all over the country to take on the more subdued Hilary Clinton supporters.

Ronald Castorina, Jr. speaks at Richmond County Young Republicans. Photo by Dale Isip.
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NYC Primary: Staten Island Republicans talk taxes

Propositions for a flat, or fair tax, have been common among Republican candidates for two decades, and have gained popularity among Republican voters.

NYC Primary: “Feeling the Bern” at Washington Square Park
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NYC Primary: “Feeling the Bern” at Washington Square Park

The Sanders campaign estimated 27,000 New Yorkers attended the rally.

Obscured by scaffolding, the entrance of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church was once home to 17 homeless men who sought refuge on church steps. Photo by Amina Srna.
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A church becomes a safe haven for the homeless

Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church transforms into a homeless shelter.