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Burmese Americans respond to the coup in Myanmar

Burmese Americans are asking for increased intervention and aid from the United States and struggling to remain connected to loved ones during targeted phone and internet blackouts in their home country.

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Village East movie theater reopens to the public

They are operating at a limited capacity.

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Georgia’s Black voters and activists push for boycott of state

State lawmakers have overhauled voting in Georgia making it much harder to vote. Boycotts and condemnation are growing.

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Afro-Latinos endure racism from in and outside their community

Afro Latinos speak about the embedded racism within the Latino community and how representation and education can help combat colorism.

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Chinese adoptions halted by COVID

The hardest part about waiting has been “wondering how she’s doing, and not having regular updates.”

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Remote is the new workplace normal

What’s been lacking in company culture and social interactions, is made up for in working from the sofa, front stoop, and in the most comfortable leisurewear. 

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Racism in Healthcare: A Black woman’s childbirth story

 In the United States, Black women are two to six times more likely to die from pregnancy complications than white women, depending on what part of the country they live in.

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Asian community reeling from hate, violence and blame

"Lasting change will only come if we are all proactive in fighting racism..."

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Living with the sting and fear of racial hate

It is impossible not to grieve.

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One year of COVID-19 in New York City

Each photo represents a month of the pandemic, which infected over 780,000  New Yorkers and killed 48,537.