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Protected: Playing Offside: Unequal Access to Sports in New York City Schools

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CUNY J Commencement Speech: A U.S. Newsroom

  Birds flying high, you know how I feel. Sun in the sky, you know how I feel.  It’s a new dawn. It’s a new day. It’s a new life for all of us. And I’m feeling good. Thank you, associate … Continue reading

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‘Evolution, Not Revolution’: Integrating Haredi Jews into Israel’s Secular Society

JERUSALEM — The streets of the Me’a She’arim neighborhood look like few places in Israel. Men walk around its narrow streets in black suits and white shirts; pious heads are covered with hats of different material or shape depending on their … Continue reading

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Ayotzinapa runs the 2016 Boston Marathon

The demand for justice for the 43 Ayotzinapa students missing for more than a year took to the streets of Boston on Monday when Amado Tlatempa ran the 2016 edition of the prestigious marathon. “It felt great because I don’t … Continue reading

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Memories of a 1-Hour Photo Studio

Story Description in 240 characters Andy Cheng migrated from Taiwan to New York hoping to work in the photo film industry, but he never imagined that his love for photography would develop into a life of learning about unknown rituals, … Continue reading

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A ‘Win’ for the Ayotzinapa 43 at the NYC Marathon

Antonio Tizapa ran the New York City Marathon in 3:44:16 He led the group of at least 12 runners that wore shirts stating support for Ayotzinapa Many volunteers showed solidarity displaying photos of the 43 students through the race route … Continue reading

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A Marathon for Ayotzinapa

Antonio Tizapa and Amado Tlatempa will run the New York City Marathon demanding the return of their relatives and the rest of the 43 students forcibly disappeared in Mexico last year Reasons abound to run the New York City Marathon. … Continue reading

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#SB49, or how football stumbles while fútbol grows

This year’s Super Bowl couldn’t come soon enough for an NFL that took blows from all angles, while fútbol in the United States showed promise from a coming of age fan base I am rooting for the Seahawks to beat … Continue reading

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Cuauhtémoc Blanco wants to be mayor of Cuernavaca

The Mexican legend will retire from professional fútbol in May, just weeks before the elections At 42, Mexican fútbol legend Cuauhtémoc Blanco might not be able to run on the field as he used to, only a sign of his … Continue reading

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#ImmigrationAction: Where to watch President Obama’s Immigration Announcement

Since all the major networks have priorities more important than what could be a historic presidential announcement on immigration, I’m sharing a couple of links where you can watch el presidente. President Obama will move forward with an Executive Action … Continue reading

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