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2015/07/06 20:04
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By Kenneth Raftery I am now in my 20th year as a New York City school teacher. Since 1998, I have taught math at Brooklyn Technical High School. I would like to express my voice on the issue of new...
2015/07/06 20:04
2015/07/06 20:04
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2015/07/01 23:19
2015/07/01 23:19
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Thanking mayor for Lunar New Year holiday Declaring the Asian Lunar New Year as a public school holiday was a welcome and wonderful decision by Mayor de Blasio, and sends a message of inclusivity in...
2015/06/27 18:02
2015/06/27 18:02
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NEW YORK – On Wednesday night at the Yung Wing School, a public elementary school in Chinatown, students performed songs from the Disney musical “Mulan,” dancing crisply in traditional silk costumes...
2015/06/26 15:19
2015/06/26 15:19
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GETTING AN INCLUSIVE CARNIVAL FOR LOCAL SCHOOL “You get what you pay for.” That’s known as the new Monroe Doctrine, named after Joan Monroe, the Queens elementary school principal who barred poor,...
2015/06/25 16:55
2015/06/25 16:55
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At PS 20 in Flushing, close to 75 percent of the student population is Asian American, and every year those children are absent from the classroom on Lunar New Year. Starting next year, their...
2015/06/18 21:54
2015/06/18 21:54
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Joseph Concannon, community activist and retired NYPD captain, will officially launch his campaign for City Council in District 23, formerly represented by Councilman Mark Weprin (D-Oakland Gardens),...
2015/06/18 16:54
2015/06/18 16:54
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It’s a clock that does a lot more than tell time. This past Sunday evening, at the crossroads of Bell Boulevard, 214th Street and 50th Avenue in Bayside Hills, a newly renovated Jubilee clock was...
2015/06/16 17:56
2015/06/16 17:56
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The "War on Drugs" of the 1980s and 90s led to immigration regulations that are imposed on legal migrants with expunged or pardoned drug convictions, a Human Rights Watch report released Tuesday...
2015/06/16 08:46
2015/06/16 08:46
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WASHINGTON -- Tens of thousands of people are deported each year for minor drug offenses, even if they served their time long ago, because of draconian U.S. drug laws, according to a report released...
2015/06/15 05:34
2015/06/15 05:34
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NEW YORK: Two U.S. lawmakers have urged India to take action against telephone scammers who they said defraud millions of Americans. Their appeal came after they proposed tough legislation to combat...
2015/06/13 14:45
2015/06/13 14:45
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WASHINGTON -- In the nearly three months since announcing her presidential bid, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has leaned heavily on her past network of well-heeled donors to help her raise...
2015/06/12 06:26
2015/06/12 06:26
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The month of June is always a busy month for Filipinos in the United States. There are celebrations and festivities that commemorate the declaration of Philippine independence in major cities, from...
2015/06/11 17:54
2015/06/11 17:54
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Macedonia Plaza in Flushing may have opened to prospective residents last December, but elected officials and those responsible for building the new affordable housing structure lauded its...
2015/06/11 17:54
2015/06/11 17:54
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Those who knew Bishop Ignatius Catanello said on Sunday that he was the last person who would want a street named after him. “He was rather shy,” Rev. Casper Furnari, pastor of Holy Family RC Church,...
2015/06/09 12:58
2015/06/09 12:58
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PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY IN NEW YORK. Angeles City Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan (3rd from left) together with wife, Herminia (leftmost), and his chief-ofstaff, Alexander Cauguiran (2nd from left), join...
2015/07/06 20:04
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