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Photo (cc) Genocide Intervention NetworkThe 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
Photo (cc) anuarsallehBy 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,
Photo (cc) Katia Strieck
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
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
Young New Yorkers who are defined by themselves or others as LGBTQ - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning their identity - are often at risk for
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
Photo (cc) Brendan ThemesThe 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
Photo (cc) Jay Davis for the Korean Resource Center
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
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The City Council voted on March 26 to add another category of people to those already protected from discrimination in housing. Now, the Administrative Code will