March for Our Lives, Washington D.C
The day in photos.
In life after prison, a former convict finds peace
The shrinking of the city’s prison population has given rise to a different kind of population -- people trying to find their way back into society after spending time behind bars.
NYC Puerto Ricans’ frustrations mount in wake of destruction
The state of New York is home to over a million people who identify as Puerto Rican, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the largest number in any state.
African immigrants rail against dictators in Midtown Manhattan
Some demonstrators also want a stronger response from the U.S. regarding what they see as the tyranny being perpetrated by leaders of their countries
East Harlem businesses preserve culture through Mexican Independence Day festival
Like the business owners around him, Cano celebrates Mexican Independence day as a means of staying connected to his culture.
New friendships forged from the aftermath of 9/11 — 16 years later
The two stood close. An onlooker would not have known that, even an hour before, neither had known the other existed.