Sleep and eating disorders are part of what a DACA beneficiary goes through as anxiety mounts about the decisions the Trump administration may make, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Legislators from Northern Manhattan are supporting a new NYC bill to curb hookah use and sales, Manhattan Times reports.
Recently-opened French bookstore La Librairie des Enfants offers books and entertainment for kids on the Upper East Side, whether they speak French or not, French Morning reports.
Across Brooklyn, MLK Day was marked by rallies for peace and against hate.
Children of different faiths gathered at the Madina Masjid on Jan. 8 to play games and eat pizza, to demonstrate in the wake of Donald Trump’s election win, that it’s possible to unite and play together.
After visiting Mexico for over a month as part of the Dreamers Without Borders educational program, students who are DACA beneficiaries returned to New York, Diario de México USA reports.
In Larchmont, New York, a Latino teenager has started his own small business to promote other teen and child entrepreneurs in the area, Westchester Hispano reports.
For two decades a Korean pastor and his wife have arranged an annual Christmas event for children of single mothers, reports The Korea Times.
In the Fujianese-Chinese community, “satellite babies” and their parents often face a difficult transition when reuniting again in the U.S. World Journal speaks to a parent and teachers in Brooklyn about overcoming the challenges.
Protesters at the NYC Department of Education headquarters said the department should do a better job of ensuring that schools are a sanctuary from “the Trump effect” for immigrant students, students of color and LGBT students, Amsterdam News reports.
Advocates are warning immigrants against schemes and false promises, particularly after Donald Trump’s election. CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” takes a look.
Artist Rodrigo Rangel makes art and teaches art to 12-14 year olds.
The Washington Heights and Inwood Music Project offers music lessons with fees based on a sliding scale. The initiative is based on the El Sistema model of Venezuela, described by Manhattan Times as “an orchestra for young people that conceives of music as a human right.”
St. Kitts and Nevis native Melisa Boutin shouldered a lot of student debt to get her civil engineering degree. After learning how to sort through the morass of information and finally shed debt, she’s decided to offer her knowledge to help fellow millennials understand and pay off student loans.
The Administration of Children’s Services, in association with CUNY and other institutions, has made it possible for more students under its care to obtain higher education, El Diario/La Prensa reports.