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As the 7 train rumbles by just outside, about 30 patients sit in a light green carpeted room, waiting to see their local doctor. As in waiting rooms throughout the city, some slouch, some cough, but in this office all … Continue reading
While I attended the New York Times Student Journalism Institute I met a couple of men who were in charge of controlling the local chicken population.
Sandra C. Roa & Kieran K. Meadows They looked like vertical metallic coffins, rows and rows of voting machines lined up in a Brooklyn warehouse on the last Wednesday before Election Day. (See Article) They stood side-by-side, more than 2,200 of them, … Continue reading
On Nov. 4, 2008 hundreds of people came together in front of a large video screen on the corner of 125th Street to watch as votes across America were counted. At approximately 11 P.M. Sen. Barack Obama was declared the … Continue reading
Undocumented female immigrants are standing around a corner in Williamsburg, Brooklyn as a first stop into the American dream. The stop, known in Spanish as La Parada, is an unofficial hiring-site on the corner of Marcy and Division Avenues. Most … Continue reading