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New York City

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DeBlasio’s plan to help struggling taxi drivers isn’t enough for union

Owners of medallions owe $600,000 on average according to NYTWA data. 

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City youths join global climate strike protest.

They want clean energy, no funding for projects polluting the environment, t environmental justice education in public schools and environmental protection for 30 percent of the country’s  land and sea. 

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Black Lives Matter rallies to “cancel” Carmine’s after arrest of three black women over vaccine mandates

Carmine’s released a statement denying the  incident had anything to do with racism. 

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Preachers, Pole Dancers, and Protesters rally against vaccine mandates at New York’s Freedom Rally

They were also opposed to the requirement that NYC patrons of indoor dining and fitness facilities display vaccine cards, which they refer to as “Totalitarian Vaccine Passports” and “Movement Licenses.” 

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Immune compromised city teachers face uncertainty as pandemic rages on

“I want to be there for my students, I want to be there for me, for my family, for my colleagues. But it is not safe.” 

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In Madison Square Park

An area famous for its unceasing movement and bustle is captured in early spring moments of verdant stillness and mystery.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Life returns to the East Village

But this year, warming weather combined with vaccine distribution has brought renewed energy to New Yorkers and it shows shows in the East Village at St. Marks  and Astor Place.

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And the band played on

Keeping the show going on amidst a pandemic

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Floating for Free: COVID and the Staten Island Ferry

Throughout the pandemic, the ferry never stopped running,

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

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.