Video: NYC’s Community & Ethnic Media honored at CUNY’s 15th Ippies Journalism Awards

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Photos: NYC’s members of community and ethnic media honored at 15th Ippies Journalism Awards

Photos by Isseu Diouf Campbell The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism honored members of the community and ethnic media in New York City during its 15th Annual Ippies Journalism Awards held on May 18, at the school located on 40th … Read More

Photos: Press conference NYCEDC To Award Over A Half-Billion Dollars In Contracts To M/WBE Construction Firms

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City Resource Fair to be held in the Bronx on May 23

On Tuesday, May 23, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Bronx Borough President Ruben Díaz, Jr. will host a City Resource Fair during City Hall in Your Borough week. Top representatives from City Hall, the Department of Transportation, Department of Finance, … Read More

ICE officers will not be allowed to enter any school unless absolutely required by law

By Mayor Bill de Blasio Too many of our public school students and their families are living in fear. They don’t know how new immigration policies coming from Washington might affect them. They worry about what might happen if Immigration … Read More

Souleymane Porgo wakes up after week-long coma

Photos by Isseu Diouf Campbell West African street vendor Souleymane Porgo regained consciousness yesterday evening at the intensive care unit of Lincoln Hospital. His brother Issa, a cab driver who has not been to work since the incident occurred said … Read More

Assaulted African street vendor Souleymane Porgo still in coma

By Isseu Diouf Campbell In a video that captured the assault of West African street vendor Souleymane Porgo, you see Porgo collapse and hear the sound of his skull hit very hardly the ground. Porgo was attacked by a group … Read More

Video: M/WBE construction firms to receive nearly $80 Million in projects in New York

By Isseu Diouf Campbell New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President and CEO James Patchett announced at a press conference last month that nearly $80 million in projects are already in the pipeline to be awarded to McKissack and McKissack, … Read More

NYC Ferry goes into service

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NYC Ferry’s first two routes, the Rockaway and East River routes, went into service today. The first of six NYC Ferry routes offer direct transit connections between Southern Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan, shortening commutes for thousands of New Yorkers. The … Read More

New York City to start 3-K for All this fall

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Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last week 3-K for All, the most ambitious effort in U.S. history to provide universal, free, full-day, high-quality early childhood education for every three-year-old child regardless of family income. 3-K for All will build on … Read More

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