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Special Report: In Our Backyard

Sunset Park-Industry City

Episode 3: Developers believe the rezoning will bring new jobs, while residents fear those new opportunities will attract wealthier households and displace a part of Brooklyn many hold dear.

Special Report: In Our Backyard

Inwood

Episode 4: The Inwood rezoning has faced community scrutiny and legal challenge since it was proposed in 2018, and its future remains uncertain.

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Asian Americans struggle to find their place in a Black and white world

When the murder of George Floyd inspired nationwide protests over the summer Asian Americans felt a call to action that overrode cultural norms that discourage complaining and speaking out. 

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Film and theater industries pivot towards diversity

Initiatives like BFRJ and the Academy’s industry access guidelines seek to increase access for marginalized groups and reconstruct the historically white/male system of power at the heart of Hollywood and Broadway, by providing more training and growth opportunities for people of color.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Special needs students face learning obstacles during Covid-19

Pulling students from classes and holding interventions now have to meet CDC safety guidelines, which interfere with the crucial connections teachers need to make with these students. 

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

The new normal for school life is abnormal in Michigan

As teachers and students prepare to resume school, "normal" seems like a distant memory.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Varsity Flu

The coronavirus pandemic has left high school senior Sonja Gunderson dealing with much more than online classes and a virtual graduation.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Brazilian international student caught in US travel ban.

She has no idea when it will end or when she will get to attend Fordham University in person.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Easter Market goes back to its roots

Detroit's once bustling tourist attraction is now a small farmer's market.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

In Singapore, gay pride goes online

Instead of making a political statement in varying hues of pink, few Singaporeans attended small group gatherings in pink t-shirts.