A guide to the best stories, on everything from politics to food, that were published in Voices of NY in 2016.
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A wide range of stories about immigrant communities and concerns made the Voices of NY Best of 2015 list.
Voices of NY’s best stories of 2014 are featured.
Queens Borough President Melinda Katz honored Voices of NY for serving as a bridge between mainstream society, immigrant populations and communities of color.
The Washington Heights native and former economics writer for BusinessWeek had been the website’s interim editor.
CCEM’s Garry Pierre-Pierre is interviewed by David Ushery.
High-impact stories from community and ethnic media outlets.
Karen Pennar has a long career as a journalist and has also worked in health care and written plays. Karen’s first reporting job was at the Journal of Commerce, where she wrote about foreign currencies. She subsequently worked for nearly two decades at BusinessWeek Magazine, where as Economics Editor andRead More
Indrani Sen, a journalist and CUNY J-School faculty member, will take over as editor of Voices of NY. Sen has extensive experience as a reporter, editor, and journalism teacher.
In the days following the September 11th attacks, when Muslim communities felt their perspective was invisible, an association of the independent and ethnic press founded “Voices That Must Be Heard.” It is one of only a handful of online publications in the country — and the only one in theRead More
In our end-of-the-week roundup: the testimony of Army Pvt. Danny Chen’s mother; the occupations least-filled by African-Americans; a showing of Haitian art; a new book on LGBT youth of color; an unsettling study on condom use among black teens; the religious beliefs of Korean-Americans; and a capoeira school in the Bronx.
Today’s stories include army trials in the death of Pvt. Danny Chen, the “purging” of Florida and Colorado’s voter rolls, an update on the sex abuse scandal in Brooklyn’s Orthodox community and the announcement that President Barack Obama has recruited an Indian-American celebrity to help him register voters.
A synagogue within an Episcopal church in downtown Manhattan; soccer teams that bind together Latino communities on Long Island; and the Latinos who have brought color and art to the morning subway commute in New York City.
Today we have news of proposed legislation to curb military hazing, inspired by the suicide of Pvt. Danny Chen; a lawsuit alleging anti-Semitic bullying; a report that denies allegations of anti-Semitism at Brooklyn College; a reaction to the NYPD’s plans to combat racial profiling; and a South-Asian fundraiser for President Barack Obama.
The Brooklyn couple who just received a $360,000 settlement in their police brutality lawsuit against the NYPD speak out; Colorlines connects new Census numbers showing that white babies are now the minority with Alabama’s harsh immigration law; and previews of this weekend’s Malcolm X day celebration and a dance festival in Inwood.