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Award-Winning Creative Tells the Tale of Latino and Black Teenagers Fighting to Persist Against Imbalanced American Constructs

Earlier this week, award-winning journalist Bryan Fonseca released his first book titled "Hidalgo Heights: The Victims are Taking up Space.

Don’t Be a Working Dead! Shihori Releases Thrilling Single ‘FIRE’

New York-based, singer and songwriter Shihori has released a new single "Fire", the latest single from her upcoming album that will be released Summer 2021.

There’s A Growing Trend Of Research Into The Benefits Of Music Education, So Why Is It Still Seen As An Extra?

In a recent review of studies into the benefits of music education, Stars & Catz found that academic interest in the topic has taken off since 2008.

Nurses Hail Passage of Safe Staffing Bills

Nurses say passage of bills to set and enforce adequate nursing staff levels in New York hospitals and nursing homes will save lives.

New York City Expected to Fully Reopen on July 1st With Broadway Shows to Follow

As the city recovers, many are not sure what the landscape will look like for businesses in New York City.

People with Disabilities to Candidates: Make Your Campaigns Accessible

Political campaigns must provide reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities.

New Frontier Aerospace Secures Funding and Invitation to Participate in Venture for ClimateTech Program

New Frontier Aerospace Is building affordable vertical take-off-landing hypersonic aircraft that can fly passengers and cargo anywhere on earth in two hours or less using cleaner fuels.

Airport Workers Rally for Health Care, New Contract

City and state elected officials will join workers for a rally at John F. Kennedy International Airport today to demand a new contract and health care

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway
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Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change

More Calls for Pathway to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

Immigrants' rights advocates are calling on Congress to pave the way to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented people in the U.S.

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Insights on the Last 6 Months of Biden & Congress on Trade

The U.S. and China are engaged in ongoing negotiations while tensions have risen, a lawsuit challenging Trump's imposition of 301 tariffs are underway

Report: 30M Solar Homes Could Boost Jobs, Benefit Environment

With federal investment, a proposal to connect 30 million homes in the United States to solar energy could have a big impact in addressing climate change