New York City’s youngest raised their voice to protest against police brutality, Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
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Can New Yorkers feel safe riding the subway now that New York is in Phase Two? Andrea Pineda-Salgado reports.
15 May 2019 NEW YORK — Instead of spending rush hour behind the wheel of his yellow cab one April morning, taxi driver Robert Chow slumped on a park bench behind a taxi stand in Lower Manhattan, tears streaming from his eyes. It has been almost one year since his brother, also a taxi driver, […]
The streets of Midtown rang with the voices of men, women and children singing Ke$ha’s “Praying” in solidarity with sexual assault survivors. Yesterday’s performance protest, held on 36th Street, was in response to Saturday’s Senate-wide vote that confirmed Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault by three women, […]
The streets of Midtown Manhattan were flooded with protestors Monday night, as thousands gathered to march against Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. “It is important to show up to have these conversations,” said New York University student and protestor Sylvie Wilk. “We need to center the focus on those who are most […]
By Alexandra Mathew Hundreds of people marched from Madison Square Park, to the Yale Club and Grand Central Station last night in protest of the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. “They don’t get no peace, if we don’t get no justice,” they shouted as the members of the private club for Yale alumni and faculty […]
The allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have incited a wave of activism and conversation in New York. Hundreds gathered at Madison Square Park, marched to Yale Club, and then rallied at Grand Central on yesterday. Among the chanting of “Hey-Hey, Ho-Ho, Kavanaugh has got to go,” Sarah Whitman, 34, said she was frustrated […]
NYC Dads Group is changing the narrative on fatherhood, one city at a time. Since its inception in 2008, City Dads group has been working as a support system for fathers from all walks of life. Listen to fathers tell you, in their own words, why parenting, for them, is more than just babysitting.
British milliner Julia Knox looks at her to-do list on Sunday, October 15. The hat maker owns and operates East Village Hats on East Seventh and First Avenue, where she handmakes hats for women and men on premises. Customers can pick up a pre-made hat or have one custom made. “About 40 percent of customers […]