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Cops Beat E Harlem Man While Arresting Paralyzed Brother: Lawsuit

A man is suing the city and NYPD officers for beating him up when he asked why his wheelchair-bound brother was being arrested.

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How To Revise Your Emergency Plan Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic

A busy hurricane season approaches. Here are the precautions you should take if you need to prep for storms and evacuate.

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How To Do Anti-Racist Work With NYC School Communities: 5 Experts Weigh In

Chalkbeat spoke to academics and school leaders who are helping school communities respond to this moment.

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NYPD Union Tweet On Chiara De Blasio Violates Charter, Pols Say

City Council members are calling for an investigation into the NYPD union’s tweet releasing information about the mayor’s daughter’s arrest.

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Harlem Black-Owned LGBTQ Bar Raises Funds To Survive Coronavirus

Harlem’s Alibi Lounge has raised more than $20,000 in a crowd-funding effort as it remains closed due to the coronavirus crisis.

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NYC Restaurants May Need To Build Cubicles To Reopen

New state guidelines mandate restaurants that cannot ensure social distancing build 5 foot barriers between tables before reopening.

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Officials Demand Answers On Arrested George Floyd Protesters

Protesters reported overcrowding, no PPE, force against pregnant inmates and ignored medical care requests, a letter to the mayor states.

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NYC Will Paint ‘Black Lives Matter’ On City Streets

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday the city will honor the Black Lives Matter movement in five streets in each of the boroughs.

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Columbia Announces Emergency Loan Fund For Harlem Businesses

The Columbia University initiative will support small businesses in Upper Manhattan with loans ranging from $500 to $50,000.

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