New York City

The need to close the digital literacy gap that affects low-income New Yorkers, older adults and people of color is vital for the access of essential services and opportunities delivered by nonprofits.
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Jacklyn Tacoronte, executive director of NYC Digital Media Center (second from left) at the new non profit's launch on Staten Island Wednesday.
The project will offer digital production and editing courses for young people.
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Students at P.S. 78.
High demand and a rushed rollout have left some teachers and organizations feeling unprepared for an influx of kids to summer programming.
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NYC social workers are struggling with the increase focus on business practices in human services organizations.
NYC social workers say they spend too much time on filing paperwork, tracking outcomes.
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Emma Jordan-Simpson, the executive director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
A Q&A with the Executive Director of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio visits The Campaign Against Hunger food pantry on April 14th.
Philanthropy has shifted to offer nonprofits helping vulnerable New Yorkers flexible emergency funding.
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Founder of the Riders Alliance John Raskin.
A Q&A with the founder of the Riders Alliance.
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Colvin Grannum, President of the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
A Q&A with the president of Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
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The Trinity Church is one organization working to help New Yorkers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Many groups have created response funds to help New Yorkers through the coronavirus crisis.
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a media availability on the coronavirus.
The city will reimburse human services contractors for extra costs due to the coronavirus.
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