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The fight to end cash bail In Philadelphia continues

 Pavement Pieces · The fight to end cash bail In Philadelphia continues

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Spike in Black opiate overdoses in Philadelphia show racial disparities

Fatal opiate addiction overdoses in Philly’s black community rose more than 50 percent.

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Illegal trash dumping plagues Philadelphia’s Black and brown neighborhoods

It is common for developers to buy up vacant lots for cheap, and then leave them to fill with trash.

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Mayor Adams’ homeless sweeps recall history of Tompkins Square Park

Many unhoused people in Tompkins Square Park prefer the street to the shelter.

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Despite mayor’s push, some unhoused don’t want to live in shelters

Pavement Pieces · Despite mayor's push, some unhoused don’t want to live in shelters

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The city’s plan to fight racial inequalities in child birth is more doulas

The mayor says this expansion will provide free access for doulas for birthing families and focus on 33 neighborhoods with greatest social needs.

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LGBTQ community find a home in Big Apple Rec League

"I can no longer walk out of my door in New York City and be alone."

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An abundance of methadone clinics live in Harlem

Most Harlem methadone clinics are located near residential areas.

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The St. Patrick Day Parade Returns to 5th Avenue

The pandemic put a halt to this loud and joyful celebration of the Irish.

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Teaching Black History that begins in Africa can empower Black children

"Trauma would lessen, if children were taught at a young age what life was like before slavery."