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NYC to allow people to change gender or choose gender-neutral option on birth certificates
Commission Releases Plan To Close Rikers Island
New York Prosecutors Classify White Supremacist Attack An Act of Terrorism
Russell Simmons Leads ‘Today I Am Muslim, too’ Rally
NYC To Pay Akai Gurley’s Family More Than $4 Million
NYC Mother Killed In Park While Shielding Her Children From Gunfire
New York Police Commissioner Blames Shooting On Rap Music
NYC teacher files suit for being fired for teaching about the Central Park Five
Mayor de Blasio announcement is NYC victory in ‘Fight for $15’
7-year-old Blake Ansari makes Kohl’s Foundation Regional Philanthropist for 2014 list
New York Post claims Eric Garner’s mother asked NYPD for special favors
Study: stop-and-frisk linked to trauma in black men
Man sues NYC after being wrongfully imprisoned for more than a decade
New York approves segregation proposal in high-rises
Report: New York City jails neglected suicide precautions
A victory for stop-and-frisk protesters
After 17 years in prison, innocent man finally freed
New York celebrates jazz legend’s birthday with unveiling of ‘Miles Davis Way’
Event: Face of Darkness – Journey to Healing
Innocent woman who spent 7 years in prison to sue New York City
At least 2 dead in NYC building explosion
New York City sees decline in crime, number of stop-and-frisks executions
Letitia James sworn in as first woman of color elected to citywide office
From tragedy to inspiration: woman who grew up in foster system defies odds
Stop-and-Frisk numbers sharply decline in NYC
NYC Art Exhibit Allows Strangers to Touch Various Textures of Black Hair
New Report Takes Aim at New York City’s School-to-Prison Pipeline
Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA Uses Hip Hop to Teach Science in NYC Public Schools
NYC Ad Campaign Uses Fear and Shame to Deter Teen Pregnancy
Why Are There So Few Black Students at NYC’s Specialized High Schools?
Sometimes, I give gentrifiers the wrong directions when they get lost
“E pluribus unum”: Federalism is a reactionary structure built on anti-Blackness
Don’t get too excited about tech advances. Many are designed to leave Black people behind
Richard Akuson: the ‘A Nasty Boy’ editor talks the future of his queer fashion magazine and life as an asylum seeker in the U.S.
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