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John Lewis Risked His Life for Justice

John Lewis Risked His Life for Justice

John Lewis Risked His Life for Justice His willingness to do so was essential to the quest for civil rights. The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and…

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What is Loving Day? June 12 marks landmark Supreme Court decision for interracial marriage

What is Loving Day? June 12 marks landmark Supreme Court decision for interracial marriage June 12 is Loving Day, a celebration marking the day the Supreme Court struck down state bans against interracial marriage. The day is named…

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Michael “Killer Mike” Render | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO)

Michael “Killer Mike” Render | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) Subscribe to the Real Time YouTube: http://itsh.bo/10r5A1B Activist and “Run the Jewels” musician Michael Render joins Bill to discuss why now is the time to “Plot, Plan,…

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9 coronavirus deaths in one Harlem church overwhelm pastor and his flock

9 coronavirus deaths in one Harlem church overwhelm pastor and his flock The Rev. Johnnie Green dreads answering his cell phone these days, fearing another call about a member of his Harlem congregation succumbing to the coronavirus. Thank…

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The Ballet World Needs Robert Garland. Why Isn’t It Calling?

The Ballet World Needs Robert Garland. Why Isn’t It Calling? The choreographer Robert Garland knows it might sound crazy, but for him the introduction of the clock radio was everything. “It transformed lives,” Mr. Garland said in an…

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Mayor de Blasio admits city has no plan to keep New Yorkers cool during summer

Mayor de Blasio admits city has no plan to keep New Yorkers cool during summer Mayor Bill de Blasio admitted Friday he has no current plan to keep New Yorkers cool this summer if the city’s coronavirus lockdown…

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NYC restaurants worry customer-density rules will sour reopenings

NYC restaurants worry customer-density rules will sour reopenings Owners of many shuttered Big Apple restaurants are less worried about making rent payments during the coronavirus pandemic than they are about customer-density rules likely to be put in place…

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Food banks are feeding more New Yorkers amid coronavirus unemployment crisis

Food banks are feeding more New Yorkers amid coronavirus unemployment crisis The vast ranks of newly unemployed are straining the capacities of food banks, soup kitchens and pop-up services across New York City. One user, Brittany, a 35-year-old…

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Permits Filed for 77 East 118th Street in Harlem

Permits Filed for 77 East 118th Street in Harlem Permits have been filed for a 20-story mixed-use building at 77 East 118th Street in Harlem. Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com

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