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Glamour's Women Of The Year 'Firsts' Tell Inspiring Stories Of Struggle And Success
″Girls up top, that’s how you do it." 🙌🏼
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Professor Resigns After Exposed As Defrocked Priest Who Abused Kids
Jaime Lara, who taught at Arizona State University, worked at other schools after being defrocked in 1992.
He Fled Violence In Guinea. She Escaped Misogyny In Pakistan. They Found New Hope In Brooklyn.
A nonprofit is helping refugees build careers in America as the Trump administration restricts resettlement.
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Women Recall The First Time A Man Masturbated In Front Of Them Without Consent
What Louis C.K. did is more common than you think.
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Can District Attorneys Be Partners In Justice Reform?
Deputy Director and Chief Counsel Juvenile Law Center; Adjunct...
Just when you thought things could not get any more surreal or unsettled, the recent election results confirm that sometimes
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Cafe Accused Of Turning Away Black Kids Trick-Or-Treating, But Not White Ones
“You got to be kidding me,” said a Brooklyn community leader who saw the whole thing.
2 New York Detectives Charged In Alleged Rape Of 18-Year-Old
The officers have pleaded not guilty to a 50-count indictment, saying the sex was consensual.
National Anthem Singer Takes A Knee Before Brooklyn Nets Home Opener
"We will not be silenced," said singer Justine Skye.
New York Police Wrangle Bull Wandering In Brooklyn Park
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I'm Not A Runner, But I Just Ran A Half Marathon
A sports psychologist explains how to get through training, no matter how much you want to quit.
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Princess Nokia Reveals She Threw Soup On Racist Subway Rider In Viral Video
"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter," the Harlem rapper tweeted.
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ARTS & CULTURE
One Neighborhood's Short Film Festival Reflects A Greater, Unstable World
A unique array of short films are headed to Brooklyn's Nitehawk Shorts Festival this fall.
The 7 Problems With Our Phones
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We are addicted to our phones not because we rely on them, but to the extent that we recruit them to a harmful project of self-avoidance.
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Martin Shkreli Jailed Over Hillary Clinton Post
Shkreli was convicted in August of defrauding investors of two hedge funds he ran.
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The Largest Showcase Of Queer Fashion Designers At NYFW Will Be A 'R/Evolution'
James Michael Nichols
"Fashion can be used as a tool for oppression, or as a means of resistance, self-love, and liberation. This year’s show feels more important than ever."
Car Slams Into 3 People On Massachusetts Sidewalk (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
All of the victims are expected to recover.
Sinkhole Swallows Man's Leg As He Crosses New York City Street
The man's right leg almost entirely vanished into the asphalt, leaving him trapped on the crosswalk.
56 Afropunk Photos That Remind Us Being Black Is Lit
Black is just so damn beautiful.
Nearly 100 NYPD Officers Rally In Support Of Colin Kaepernick
They showed up wearing shirts that read "ImWithKap."
Cities Enlist ‘Doulas’ To Reduce Infant Mortality
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Research suggests that doula-assisted mothers are less likely to deliver babies with low birth weights or birth complications
The Alt-Right's 'Tomorrow Belongs To Me'
New York filmmaker/author/blogger
The “alt-right”’s staging of a Nuremberg-style get together in Charlottesville, Virginia, didn’t quite go as planned. Instead
A Guide On How To Fight Your Outrageous Hospital Bill (And Win)
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I'm Mentally Ill. Stop Calling Me Crazy.
Four-Time Author, Longtime Writer, Actor, and Pug Lover
I remember it like Groundhog’s Day yesterday. On a 1990s winter’s afternoon in New York my boyfriend and I were having a
The Internet Hilariously Trolls Arcade Fire For Absurd Concert 'Dress Code'
The band itself even got in a few jabs.
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Brooklyn Residents Protest Bar That Used Black Stereotypes To Sell Booze
People are outraged over a bar that used fake bullet holes to capitalize off of gun violence in Crown Heights.
Two Brooklyn Streets Named for Pro-Slavery Confederate Generals
Social studies educator, Hofstra University, my opinions, of c...
Inside the borough's latest move to honor two key figures who fought to uphold the institution of slavery.
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