The woman would only give her name as Adjoa in order to protect the privacy of her transgender son. She came to the Sunday transgender health policy… Read more “Health Experts Aim to Allay Transgender People’s Fears of New Administration”
It was a rainy afternoon in Manhattan, but the sidewalk in front of the Philippine Consulate on Fifth Avenue was nevertheless packed with protesters.
At noon on Sunday, members of the ANSWER Coalition, the Party for Socialism and Liberation and other volunteers gathered in the basement of the Justice Center en… Read more “Hoping to Spark Activism, Anti-Trump Protesters March from Harlem to the Bronx”
On Tuesday night, just a week after the most contentious presidential election in modern history, 15 New Yorkers from 13 different countries called themselves Americans for the… Read more “America’s Newest Citizens Take the Pledge”
Calls for help started coming in at 6:15 a.m.
Over the course of five years, Barbie Bowlin lost four family members to gun violence in South Jamaica, Queens. She says she’s been living in a nightmare—a… Read more “From Tragedy to Tragedy: One Woman’s Struggle to Rebuild After Losing Her Family to Gun Violence”
From Astoria to Flushing, TheInk.nyc reporters spread out to hear what local residents thought of the candidates.