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ABORTION RIGHTS ADVOCATES PROTEST

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - Abortion rights advocates took to the streets nationwide today against the possibility the U. S. Supreme Court will soon overturn Roe v. Wade.


GEORGE FLOYD REMEMBERED

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - A rally took place in New York's Union Square Park today to mark the second anniversary of 46-year-old George Floyd's murder by a police officer in Minneapolis.


NYC GETS GUN CZAR

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - New York City Mayor Eric Adams today appointed the city's first "gun violence prevention czar." He made the announcement following nearly 600 shootings this year in the Big Apple.


NYC CELEBRATES PUERTO RICAN DAY

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - New York City's famed Fifth Avenue featured the loud and colorful Puerto Rican Day parade today.


PRIDE MARCH STEPS OFF IN NYC

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - Tens of thousands of participants and spectators today took part in or witnessed the 53rd annual Pride March in Manhattan.


BLACKS MARCH AGAINST GUN VIOLENCE

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - Scores of black ministers and community leaders marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to New York's City Hall today to raise awareness about mounting gun violence.


PROTESTS MOUNT AFTER SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ROE V. WADE

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - People are taking to the streets around the nation today to protest the U. S. Supreme Court's historic decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion.


DOMINICAN DAY IN NEW YORK CITY

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - After a three-year absence because of Covid, today the 40th National Dominican Day Parade marched smartly up New York's Avenue of the Americas today. The weather was beautiful and the thousands of participants and observers all had smiles on their faces.


MAYORS TARGET GUN VIOLENCE

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - A group of mayors from across the country met at Gracie Mansion today, the official residence of New York City Mayor Eric Adams, to delve into the continuing problem of gun violence.


NYC OPENS JACKIE ROBINSON MUSEUM

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK --- It's finally opened! After 14 years of all sorts of delays, the Jackie Robinson Museum opened in Lower Manhattan today after a ribbon cutting ceremony by Robinson's 100-year-old widow Rachel.


VEEP VISITS BROOKLYN

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - Vice President Kamala Harris today visited the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp's Economic Solutions Center in downtown Brooklyn to see how the Center helps expand access to capital and community development.


NYC BODEGA WORKERS OUTRAGED

August 25, 2022

NEW YORK - Supporters of a Harlem, New York bodega worker, who is facing a murder charge relating to an on-the-job stabbing of a robbery assailant, are hoping today that the local District Attorney will drop the charges after meeting with him.


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