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Brooklyn

NYC Profiles Presents: Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo of East New York Brooklyn!

Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo is a New York City Judge and a long-time resident of the East New York area of Brooklyn. We here at NYC...

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Brooklyn

‘Drive Change’ Heats Up a Social Justice Revolution Through Food

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Food Justice organization, Drive Change, tackles food & social inequality with monthly events in Brownsville...

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East New York Mitchell-Lama Complex Fights Back in Federal Court

The affordable housing dialogue has been an ongoing topic for two years now for the members of the Linden Plaza Tenants Association. ...

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Brooklyn

Starrett City Sale Town Hall Meeting Hosted by Congressman Hakeem Jeffries District Leader Nikki Lucas and Senator Roxanne Persaud

The ownership of Starrett City received legal approval to change hands, with the final hurdle being state approval, which should not stop...

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Features

Introducing the ‘New York City Profiles Series’ An Inside Look at New Yorkers You Should Know

Introducing the ‘New York City Profiles‘ series. New York City is a remarkable city, with a long list of world famous people...

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Education

Here’s How Richard Carranza Handled Houston’s Special Education Crisis and what it could mean for New York City

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Alex Zimmerman on April 3, 2018 | PHOTO: Christina Veiga   Two days before Richard Carranza took over...

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Brooklyn

Get Active This Spring: Studies Show How Physical Activity Lowers Risk of Colon Cancer

What is physical activity? Physical activity is defined as any movement that uses skeletal muscles and requires more energy than does...

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Education

Rising Number of Students in Temporary Housing Lead Advocates To Call on City for Support

Advocates for Children of New York (AFC) and Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) called on Mayor de Blasio to provide...

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Education

Easing of School Crowding Procedures Questioned by New York City Council

Original Media Source: City Limits – photo John McCarten/City Council More than three years ago, the new PS 77 opened on Webster...

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Education

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Richard A. Carranza as Schools Chancellor

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Richard A. Carranza as New York City’s next Schools Chancellor. As Superintendent of the...

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