Exploring Renewable Energy Online
Explorando la energía renovable en línea

With schools closing for summer and many camps cancelled due to COVID-19, parents and camp coordinators are looking for new and innovative ways to engage young learners.
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Why Now?
¿Por qué ahora?

George Floyd fue asesinado el 25 de mayo de 2020. Su muerte ha provocado protestas en todo el país, de hecho, en todo el mundo. Pero el racismo y el abuso de poder no son nuevos.
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Running Free
Correr libre

The key is injury prevention. Whether you run to win races, to train for another sport, to lose weight, or for the joy of it, running can be tough on your body. You can wind up with stress fractures...
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Census as “civil rights” issue
El Censo como asunto de “derechos civiles”

La pandemia de COVID-19 y las protestas nacionales con respecto a la brutalidad policial subrayan la importancia de completar el Censo de este año, dijo la directora del Censo de la ciudad.
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UC Recap – June 1st – June 6th

I woke up on Wednesday, June 3rd to find #Dominicans trending on Twitter. I was aghast, to say the least. The reason that Dominicans were trending was because a supposed racial incident that took place on Dyckman the prior night.

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Alert: Inwood rezoning oral arguments today
Alerta: Inwood rezonificando argumentos orales hoy

Today 2 p.m., the Appellate Division of the NY State Supreme Court is scheduled to hear virtual arguments in the Inwood rezoning lawsuit: Northern Manhattan Is Not For Sale vs. City of N.Y. Listen to the oral arguments here.
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Pssst…there’s a primary coming
Pssst…vienen las primarias

City officials want to make sure New Yorkers don’t forget there is a primary election coming up on June 23‎ -- and that they can vote via absentee ballot.
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Bill seeks more street space for outdoor dining
Se busca abrir espacio para cenar al aire libre

Mientras los restaurantes y bares de la ciudad de Nueva York esperan la oportunidad de reanudar las comidas in situ en medio de la pandemia de la COVID-19, el Concejo de la ciudad está tratando de permitirles usar un espacio...
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Rage and Resistance
Furia y resistencia

New York City has been on edge following several days of protests in response to the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25.
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A Faithful Response to Covid-19
Una respuesta fiel a la Covid-19

Como líderes religiosos en los vecindarios de clase trabajadora y aburguesada de Washington Heights e Inwood, hemos asesorado a innumerables familias mientras enfrentan la misma...
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Cut above COVID
Superior a la COVID

Gate up, knives out. When Bob Tortorello pulled up the metal security gate on Broadyke Meat Market & Deli a few weeks ago, it felt like a triumph. The day, May 19, marked the reopening of the store...
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UC Recap – May 25th – May 30th

I am writing this on the day, June 1, 2020 that Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a curfew for New York City, which will begin later tonight at 11 pm. After two nights of unrest and skirmishes between police and protesters this fateful decision has been made. The number of NYPD officers will be doubled from 4,000 to 8,000.

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