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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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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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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.

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Tompkins Square Park Springs Into Action

The park was alive.

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COVID long haulers deal with lingering symptoms and doubt

More than 28 Million Americans have had COVID-19, for some recovery remains an uphill battle.

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Asian Americans speak out against surging hate crimes

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on a surge in attacks against Asian American. The community is rallying to denounce these hate crimes.

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Pandemic fatigue 101

A primer about the fatigue that has sent in as the pandemic drags on.

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Yankee Stadium becomes COVID-19 vaccine site for Bronx residents only

Yankee Stadium officially opened as a mass vaccination site on February 5 with 15,000 appointment openings in the first week.

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The queer community rallies behind their sacred spaces closed because of COVID-19

With COVID-19  devastating much of the country’s nightlife, many restaurants and bars have been hurting, especially the last standing 15 lesbian bars across America.