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Canarsie Resident Voting On How To Spend $40K in the Neighborhood Extended Through Jan 24

New York City is investing $40,000 each, into various neighborhoods across the city, including Canarsie and Flatlands.  Residents and...

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You Can Vote on the Option to Have $40,000 for Mental Health Support for High School Students in Canarsie

New York City is investing $40,000 each, into various neighborhoods across the city, including Canarsie, Flatlands and East New York. ...

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Coney Island Residents Can Vote on How to Spend $40,000 in Their Neighborhood

As part of New York City’s Civic Engagement Commission, in partnership with NYC Taskforce for Racial Inclusion and Equity (TRIE), and...

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Canarsie Residents & Students Can Vote On How $40,000 Will Be Spent in Their Neighborhood

As part of New York City’s Civic Engagement Commission, in partnership with NYC Taskforce for Racial Inclusion and Equity (TRIE), and...

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The NYC Young Men’s Initiative Shows Improved Outcome Rates In Updated Disparity Report But More Work is Needed

In 2016, the Center for Innovation through Data Intelligence (CIDI) and New York City’s Young Men’s Initiative (YMI) produced...

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Earl Monroe New Renaissance H.S. Opens in the Bronx With NBA Support

The Earl Monroe New Renaissance High School is now open in the Bronx, with a permanent location set to launch in the South Bronx in 2024....

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Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Safe for Kids?

Content made possible by Coney Island Task Force Now that adolescents and teens can get vaccines, you may have questions if they should. At...

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Cannabis Education Program Coming to Brooklyn’s Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights

Brooklyn’s historic Medgar Evers College (MEC), celebrating over five decades of advancing knowledge, social justice, and...

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NYC Mayoral Candidate, Ray McGuire Proposes Aggressive Catch-Up Plan to Rescue Students from the Impact of COVID-19 

By Florence Mafomemeh Ray McGuire, NYC candidate for Mayor has proposed a full-time Summer “Catch-Up” to make up for the school...

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Athletes Elated That All NYC PSAL High School Sports Will Start Up in April 2021

NYCSN File photo It was recently announced by Mayor deBlasio that the PSAL, New York City’s official high school sports league, will...

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