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NYC Primary: LGBT voters of color not in Quinn’s corner
Quinn's strategy to pander to the LGBT vote as a bright symbol of progress alienated some queer people of color.
NYC Primary: The Muslim vote
The inability of the Muslim community find an acceptable candidate had led to indifference when it comes to politics.
NYC Primary: The mayoral candidates and style votes
It’s the final push as contenders for New York City’s top job put their best foot, and in some case, […]
NYC Primary: Fast food workers and the minimum wage
Residents alike are looking for a mayor that will raise minimum wage, end the threats of homelessness and make a change in their neighborhood and city.
NYC Primary: Staten Island voters still dealing with Sandy
The mayoral caandidates have had little to do with the community, residents say.
Joe Ficalora and the Bushwick Collective
Joe Ficalora is a Bushwick native and creator/curator of the Bushwick Collective. The Collective, also known as Bushwick 5 Points, is about about the transformative and healing power of art.
Lady Pink: Graffiti Artist
Legendary graffiti artist, Lady Pink, tells the story of her work, inspiration and her feminism roots.
Aged out and undocumented
With current immigration legislation looming in Congress, Nesbitt and Crichlow continue their push for the rights of the children of recruited professionals and their right to documentation.
Autism definition to change
The Center for Disease Control estimates that today 1 child in 88 is autistic.
Staying put after Sandy’s destruction
“New Yorkers, we take care of ourselves,” said Dee McGrath.