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The scene at the a Police-free schools rally on June 6th, 2020, which was located blocks away from the African Burial Ground National Monument in Lower Manhattan, New York. Thousands of students, teachers, and parents came together to protest. The rally was also a place to memorialize George Floyd. People spoke about Floyd at the rally and mentioned the legacy he had left us.
George Floyd’s Legacy: The Aftermath of the Derek Chauvin Trial and the Quest for Justice and Racial Reform
Dorothea Dwomoh, Staff Reporter • June 22, 2021

On April 20th, 2021, nearly a year after George Floyd’s death, Derek Chauvin was convicted of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. As the camera panned back and forth from Mr. Chauvin’s...

“There’s a scale issue of whether the neighborhood controls what’s built, or whether or not there’s a citywide force from the outside. How do you get racial justice in this place?” said Sharon Zukin, a “Loft Living: Culture and Capital in Urban Change” in an interview with The New York Times.
The Fight For SoHo
June 22, 2021
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“Capital is an abstract parasite, an insatiable vampire and zombie maker; but the living flesh it converts into dead labor is ours, and the zombies it makes are us.” - Mark Fisher
The Slow Cancellation of Fashion
Rahib Taher, Staff Reporter • June 22, 2021

The fall of the Berlin Wall marked what political scientist Francis Fukuyama called 'The End of History.' People could no longer dream or think about progressing past neoliberal capitalism and the systems that came with it. Simply,...

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“I believe that my voice has power, and that all of our individual voices and stories are powerful within our collective community as Asian Americans, Alice Tsui said.
Alice Tsui: A Teacher, Activist, and Leader in the #StopAsianHate Movement
Kaitlyn Chan, Staff Reporter • June 22, 2021

On May 2nd, 2021, two Asian women were attacked while walking down the streets of Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan. One was hit on the head by a hammer and rushed to the hospital in severe condition. Across the city on that same...

One of the busiest intersections in Harlem is the one at Lenox Avenue and Malcom X Boulevard.
The Story of Harlem
June 16, 2021
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The University of Kentucky’s Volleyball team poses with the fruits of their victory -  swag gear, banners, confetti, and pieces of the volleyball net - in the NCAA tournament, after they defeated the Texas Longhorns to take home their first ever NCAA Championship title.
The NCAA Volleyball Championship is Back!
Josephine Kinlan, Staff Reporter • June 22, 2021

Boom! The gym erupts as Kentucky’s outside hitter, Alli Stumler, puts down yet another kill against the Texas Longhorns, but only to become quiet at the serve, and then erupt again as Texas University’s Logan Eggleston bangs...

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