Farewell Woody

🕔09:37, 26.Apr 2014

By Eddie Castro Last week the New York Knicks season finally came to an end in what was a disappointing season for the team. The Knicks failed to reach the playoffs for the first time in three years. With Carmelo

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Creating Community for the Children

🕔09:36, 26.Apr 2014

An invitation is extended to adults living in America to review the history of this country from a human perspective. We’ve been taught the bravery of the settlers who are credited with “discovering America” without acknowledging the contribution made to

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Proposed Sanitation Garage Site Becomes Parking lot for Satmar Jewish sect

Proposed Sanitation Garage Site Becomes Parking lot for Satmar Jewish sect

🕔09:26, 26.Apr 2014

By Stephen Witt A city-owned vacant lot earmarked for the long-sought-after sanitation garage for Bedford-Stuyvesant has turned into a parking lot for the Satmar Hasidic Jewish sect that utilizes it to park their school buses, work vans and other transportation

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A & C Line Service to be Restored After this Weekend

A & C Line Service to be Restored After this Weekend

🕔09:23, 26.Apr 2014

By Stephen Witt Bedford-Stuyvesant subway commuters, who have had to take shuttle buses (both ways) from Jay Street/Metro Tech to Utica Avenue on weeknights and weekends on the A and C trains, will finally see service restored after this weekend,

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Public Policy and Children Who Kill Part 2

🕔09:16, 26.Apr 2014

Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced the formation of a commission to reform New York State’s archaic criminal and juvenile justice laws. New York and North Carolina are the only two states that charge 16- and 17-year-olds as adults. Last month,

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View from Here.

View from Here.

🕔09:04, 26.Apr 2014

By: David Mark Greaves The Supreme Court, in a 6-2 decision, has upheld Michigan’s voter-approved ban on racial preferences being used for college admissions. Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who wrote the sole dissenting opinion, read excerpts from the bench, calling the

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View From Here

View From Here

🕔09:48, 18.Apr 2014

By David Mark Greaves I was once working behind a stationery store counter and a customer I knew made a purchase of less than two dollars and requested a receipt.   The gentleman was in dress and manner the epitome of

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Blacks Still Carving Out Back Doors

🕔09:47, 18.Apr 2014

By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.   The advertisement said that President Barack Obama would be the keynote speaker for the annual convention of the National Action Network. His proposed speech on April 11, 2014 would be aired on Sirius Satellite

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Public Policy Struggles with Children Who Kill, Part 1

Public Policy Struggles with Children Who Kill, Part 1

🕔09:45, 18.Apr 2014

By Mary Alice Miller   New York City mourned fallen police officer Dennis Guerra this week in a public demonstration of grief. Thousands of NYPD officers attended the funeral. Guerra, a husband and father of four young children who was

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Hero School Crossing Guard Injured while Saving Child from Speeding Car

🕔09:44, 18.Apr 2014

By Mary Alice Miller   School crossing guards put their lives on the line every day while helping children cross busy streets. At 8am on Wednesday, April 9, the unthinkable happened. School crossing guard Shameeka White pushed a child out

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