By Calen Razor This piece takes a look at the experience for many Black queer people inside Black barbershops.
The summer of 2020 changed Andrea Acevedo’s art. The murder of George Floyd stirred something deep within her – standing amongst a crowd of hundreds of protesters in New York City, defending Black lives, surrounded by people dedicated to equality and the liberation of all oppressed people, she asked herself, “How can I help?” And […]
After months of stay-at-home orders, the much-awaited process of reopening has begun, and many world leaders hope to see their citizens don not only masks, but also bike helmets when they emerge back out on the streets. On May 6, Boris Johnson told Parliament that he hoped to see a “golden age of cycling” in […]
New York City’s homeless population has been growing exponentially in the last five years. The city has reached its highest levels of homelessness since the Great Depression. Many government agencies and nonprofit organizations work tirelessly to provide adequate shelter, healthcare, and nourishment to those in need. The system is not perfect. Yet it’s only through […]
On Feb. 12, 2018, NYC Shut it Down held their three-year anniversary at Grand Central Station. Take a look at the event as it unfolded.
Doctors For America showed up in big numbers for March For Our Lives, NYC. DFA is pushing for research on gun violence and insisting that as a nation we begin to address gun violence as a public health issue. Story By Abe Selby and Autumn Calica
What do New Yorkers make of the surprising ‘yes’ vote in the British referendum to split from the European Union? Phil Rosenbaum’s Reporting: Multimedia students hit the streets just as the East Coast was waking up to the news and roiling global financial markets. Interviews by Shiva Darshan, Abraham Gross, Brittnye Jones, Mina Kaji, Jeffrey […]