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Meg Barnette executive director of Nonprofit New York.
A Q&A with the executive director of Nonprofit New York
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Child writes in notebook at school.
Advocates fear that the city Department of Education may need to pull reading specialists to fill in for in-person and remote classes.
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Rikers Island sign.
They are calling on city and state leaders to publish a public database of the disciplinary records.
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Police officer in New York City standing in front of protests following police shooting Jacob Blake.
Among its recommendations are instituting mandatory trainings on racial profiling, community relations and deescalation with the help of community-based organizations.
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Synagogue in Manhattan.
Organizations at high-risk of facing terrorism will be able to use to the funds to bolster their security.
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Closed public school in Manhattan.
Up to 100,000 students enrolled in blended learning would be enrolled in child care, under the program.
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Diagonal view of buildings in SoHo
State legislators have proposed various approaches to offering rent relief to small nonprofits and businesses.
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Manhattan jail.
Though outbreaks at New York prisons haven't been as severe as other states, several are still seeing comparatively high infection rates.
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Food distribution in New York.
New York ranks among the top 10 states could see the most charities close per capita, according to a new analysis.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and the New York City Department of Homeless Services Commissioner Steven Banks.
The annual survey also found 23% fewer homeless people sleeping in the subway system.
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