Tag Archives for New York

The Immigrant Health Experience

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

29. July 2010 by admin
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NEW CITIZENS: Election Year

As the presidential elections move closer to the voting day, the nation is flourishing with new voters, many of them are new citizens. In downtown New York City on Friday October 10, 2008, 239 immigrants each received a crisp thick … Continue reading

13. December 2008 by admin
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BEHIND THE SCENES: NYC Voting Machines

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

13. December 2008 by admin
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HARLEMS CELEBRATES: 2008 Elections

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

04. November 2008 by admin
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