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In a city where more than 170 languages are spoken and over a third of residents are foreign-born, scores of New York public school students struggle
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The 2006 Save Darfur Rally in Central Park drew over 30,000 people.
Central Park holds a special place in the history of civil liberties and protest
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By and large, hospital communication services have improved for patients who speak languages other than English.
A trip to the hospital poses challenges for everyone -- stressful conditions, baffling
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Many parents in New York, particularly lower-income ones, struggle to find safe, affordable childcare. Although New York City offers low-cost or free childcare, there are not enough
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Much has been written about statistics showing that police "stop-and-frisks" in New York City are directed primarily at young African American and Latino males, but until now
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Young New Yorkers who are defined by themselves or others as LGBTQ - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning their identity - are often at risk
Bing Yuan is a strong supporter of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. It is not hard to know that because he is wearing his support on his head - a hat
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The proposed First Amendment Assembly Act would be a reversal of some of NYPD's 2003 RNC-related restrictions.
New York has long prided itself as a place of protest,
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To many immigrants, the right to vote in the United States represents the full realization of their American dreams and a
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Last month, New York City paid $21 million to settle a class action lawsuit for race-based employment practices in the city Department of Parks and