Published February 20, 2018

Beyond The Barrel: Sharing Stories of Migration & Separation

UN Presenation
Published July 10, 2016

Reporting On The Go Presentation

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Published July 10, 2016

Reporting On The Go Presentation

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Published January 11, 2016

Greenpoint's Superfund Problem

A major chemical mess in Brooklyn leaves some residents fearful for their safety

By Helina Selemon
Published December 22, 2015

Columbia’s Land Grab

By Jazmin Rosa, Jeffrey Tam and Johnathan Thompson
Published December 10, 2015

Hello Gentrification

Central Harlem’s Biggest and Baddest New Resident

By Kema Carwin, Taylor Jo Gillen, Nicolette Nanton, Ashley Newell, Demi Rodriguez, Laura Taveras
Published December 10, 2015

A New Ethnic Mix:

Special Report

Jorge Orejas, a sophomore at the City College of New York, immigrated from Puebla, Mexico to the United States two years ago. In a short period of time, he started working a part-time job at Staples, and is studying as a full-time student at CCNY. Although Orejas is still mastering the art of speaking in fluent English, that does not deter him from acquiring a college education.
By: Saif Choudhury, Jose Cardoso, Alejandra Diaz, and Adi Chavarria
Published July 17, 2015

The Enduring Battle Against AIDS

Many in Harlem Still Struggle to Overcome the Disease

Richy Rosario; video by Dominique Spooner
Published June 6, 2015

Harlem 2.0

A crop of homegrown tech entrepreneurs is hatching new ideas and startup businesses in uptown Manhattan. And even Silicon Valley is taking notice
Linda Villarosa/Mikhael Simmonds
Published May 15, 2015

Out of Africa

How an influx of African small business owners have transformed American communities.
Published May 15, 2015

The Avenue of Dreams

One sixteenth street: the unsung hero in the revitalization of Harlem.
Harlem Focus
Published December 29, 2014

A Look at Africa’s Influence in Harlem

Published December 21, 2014

A Silent Scream

<p> <em style="color: rgb(50, 50, 50); font-family: yoga-serif, Georgia, serif; font-size: 20px; line-height: 1.8em; background-color: rgb(245, 245, 245);">Many of us are suffering from various forms and degrees of depression and other kinds of emotional illnesses. But nobody knows...</em></p>