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On 9/11: A pub is filled with joy in remembrance
A place to come back to each year to honor and remember, but also to celebrate life
Long term effects of Depo Provera may outweigh benefits
The birth conroll drug is also disproportionately prescribed to women of color
Running away from homelessness
Back on My Feet gets the homeless involved in the sport of running.
Fashion and Faith
Brooklyn fashion designer elevates modest culture.
A change in policy has set off ripples of transformation in the Mormon Church.
E-cigarettes banned in public places
New York City is cracking down on the increasingly popular e-cigarettes.
In pursuit of spiritual freedom
Falun Gong practitioners find freedom in the United States.
Diversity in modeling is scarce
Minority models barely make a dent in the industry.
Catholic schools struggle to survive
The schools have seen a major decline in enrollment that has forced them to close.
Social justice through art and music: Laulo Senbanjo
Laulo Senbanjo is a Nigerian-born singer and artist.