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Garden tackles childhood hunger
Being able to crave salty, sweet or spicy food is a privilege. One in every six children in the U.S. will go to bed hungry tonight. About 12.4 million children nationwide are all too familiar with hunger, malnutrition and malnourishment.
FDNY enlists kids’ help
The phrase “Stop, Drop, and Roll” has long been part of the national lexicon as the most recognizable fire-safety technique in the book. But it now seems the catchy expression may not be much of a lifesaver.
Mexican immigrants face economic hardships
Many Mexican immigrants in the United States are finding it harder than ever to make ends meet.
Candidate’s supporters debate race
For every black supporter of Liu who feels there’s no escaping race in this year’s election, there was someone like Shirley Crosson, from Bedford Stuyvesant, who clings to this ideal of an elusive post-racial America, clutching the gold Jewish pendant around her neck. “I don’t see color,” Crosson said. “I’m black, and I wear a Mezuzah, hey!”
Chinese protestors unite against persecution
Falun Gong practitioners protested persecution in China at the 64th United Nations General Assembly.
Makeup artists raise awareness
Eye shadow, blush and powder are used to educate women about the disease.
LGBT job fair draws thousands
Nearly 3,000 members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community at the third annual Out to Work event on Sept. 17. Sponsored by the LGBT Community Center and the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, it is the largest LGBT job fair in the Northeast.
Health-care debate rages on
Business owners in the audience argued both sides of the debate and even offered solutions, though the diversity of opinions given at Wednesday’s chamber meeting in Queens is as diverse as the borough itself.
9/11 ceremony onlookers remember
Emmett Newton was driving his car in Lower Manhattan when he noticed smoke billowing into the sky. When he glanced […]
Protestors speak out against development
Dozens of Upper East Side residents want their voices heard. And for at least a few hours Saturday afternoon, they […]