A Harlem convent is struggling to revitalize itself amidst a decline in the nun population and renewed interest of women in religious orders, reports The Uptowner.
Travel between the state of Puebla and New York in the latest episode of CUNY TV’s “Nueva York” and see from where many in the local Mexican community originate.
Armenian Americans recount family stories of survival at an unveiling at St. Vartan Cathedral of Migrations, a sculpture honoring the killing of more than a million Armenians between 1915 and 1917.
More than 10,000 people gathered to demand better facilities for charter schools from Mayor Bill de Blasio, El Diario reports.
At the the Kavkazi Jewish Youth Center, Tovushi, in Sheepshead Bay, children learn Lezginka, a dance native to the Caucasus, reports Russkaya Reklama.
Two health professionals launch a peer support group to help Chinese breast cancer survivors, reports Times Ledger.
A couple told The Korea Times that police had initially refused to investigate an assault on the husband at his Bronx workplace, which left him suffering brain damage. A year after the incident, a detective has started looking into the case.
The Health in Key Gala honored celebrities who have supported Hip Hop Public Health initiatives and raised money for their school-based educational programs.
A street in Little Neck, Queens, has been co-named Matinecock Way in tribute to the Native American tribe that last lived in northeastern Queens centuries ago, reports Queens Courier.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Asian-American groups spoke out against sexual and domestic abuse at a gathering inside a police precinct in Flushing, reports The Korea Times.
Amid their efforts to raise awareness of human trafficking, local activists seek to dispel stereotypes of the victims, reports El Diario.
A photo exhibition delves into the emotional and social aspects of immigration to the U.S. which manifest themselves in Mexico.
One Hasidic Jew turns his love for dogs into a dog walking service despite a long-standing fear of them in his community, reports The Jewish Daily Forward.
The annual commemoration of the anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi took place by his statue in Union Square Park on Oct. 2 and included performances of his favorite devotional songs.
Longtime residents of the Lower East Side and Chinatown called for protective zoning and voiced fears of displacement as they rallied near the site of a planned 72-story apartment tower, reports The Villager.