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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Vulnerable communities fear eviction as COVID-19 rent morotorium comes to an end

Forty five percent of LatinX and Black tenants reported to have no confidence in being able to pay June's rent.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Beijing is China’s new epicenter for the coronavirus

The outbreak is believed to have stemmed from Xinfadi, a food market in Fengtai district, Beijing.


Sounds and sights from NYC Juneteenth march

Pavement Pieces · NYC Juneteenth march Thousands of demonstrators across New York City marched in honor of Juneteenth yesterday and […]


Staten Island paints “Black Lives Matter” on Richmond Street

It was the borough’s way of marking the commemoration of Juneteenth yesterday. 


Juneteenth picnic in Jersey City

The city’s Mayor Steve Fulop signed an executive order on Wednesday to make Juneteenth an official city holiday. 


Brazil’s legacy of racism gets the spotlight in wake of George Floyd’s death

The legacy of racism in Brazil has been brutal.


Supreme Court saves DACA

President Donald Trump tweeted his disfavor and urged the public to  reelect him.


What’s next for Seattle’s Autonomous Zone?

Some organizers are worried that the area is turning into a "block party" for curious Seattleites, and losing the momentum of a political movement.


Protesters march to defund Los Angeles Police Department

The main message of the demonstration was to destroy systematic racism in the U.S and defund the police.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Seafood markets in China lose business over new COVID-19 scare

 About 1,200 miles away from Beijing, the reopening in Sichuan was promising. But the salmon cutting board news hits the seafood markets and restaurants hard.