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Skin lightening treatments fading for children of South East Asian immigrants
Southeast Asian immigrants’ first-generation American children have become less color-conscious than the countries their families hail from.
Southeast Asia’s ugly obession with fair skin
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For struggling small dairy farms, a unique new partnership – prison reform
In New York State over the last few decades, most new prisons have been constructed in rural counties. Milk Not Jails wants to change that.
Women veterans battle homelessness
Finding help to prevent homelessness is increasingly difficult.
Strong global sales put fur industry back on the agenda
Fur sales are making a come back.
Canal Street vendors suffer in extreme cold
For Canal street's vendors, the drop in the weather can mean a drop in business.
A personal challenge with a global impact
Tony Cohen, is trying to break the Guinness World Record of the most marathons done in one day on a treadmill.
Holiday travelers brave bus service
Despite the long, frigid walk to cheap out of town bus service, holiday travelers make the trek.
Audio postcards from downtown New York City
The staff of Pavement Pieces use sound to tell stories of places and people.
Have you met the de Blasio’s
Newly elected, Democratic Mayor, Bill de Blasio, was no stranger to the spotlight, and throughout his campaign, neither were his family members.