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The Lucerne hotel on the Upper West Side.
The transfer back to group shelters has put a spotlight on the health risks homeless people face from COVID-19 and continued need for housing support.
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A protest against hate toward Asian American and Pacific Islanders in New York.
The funds are aimed toward a diverse group of New Yorkers facing poverty and barriers to accessing services.
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Bottles of OxyContin.
The foundations' new operators will use the funds to respond to the opioid crisis, under the agreement.
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Volunteers packing donations in a box.
Larger foundations were also more likely to increase support, according to a new survey.
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Dance performance from a 2017 gala at the NYU Skirball Center.
The arts and cultural sector still has a long road to recovery.
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People celebrating at New York City's "Hometown Heroes" ticker tape parade.
Those eschewing the celebration say the city should be giving increased pay to frontline workers instead of hosting a parade.
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New York City Council Member Stephen Levin announcing funding for the Fair Futures initiative alongside the city Administration for Children’s Services in 2019.
Fair Futures will receive $20 million for this fiscal year and baselined funding for the future.
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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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Rally in City Hall Park in Manhattan calling for more funding for nonprofits.
The budget deal includes a one-time bonus totaling $24 million for human services workers.
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A sign for a cooling center in Manhattan.
Inadequate access to the public spaces with air conditioning has been a problem even before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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