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Virtual Career Information Session With Guest Robert Robinson Sunday Sept 27 on VOICES of East New York With Nikki Lucas

This Sunday September 27, 2020 @9am VOICES of East New York with Nikki Lucas will be hosting a Virtual Livestream Career Information...

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DevelopmentHousing

Mrs Maxwell’s Bakery in East New York To Become a 14 Story Mixed Use Development

Mrs. Maxwell’s Bakery was a staple in East New York on Atlantic Avenue since 1984, until it was sold for $11.5 million in 2018 to a...

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EventsHealthPolitics

Healthy NYC Sponsoring Livestream Virtual Mental Health Discussion As Part of Suicide Awareness Month Sunday Sept 20 on VOICES of East New York With Nikki Lucas

If you are not already aware, September is Suicide Awareness Month, which is extremely important during this current climate of...

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EducationPolitics

Rising Teacher COVID-19 Cases and School Ventilation Issues Raise Concerns About School Reopenings

by Chanell Turner / NYCTeachers.com “Let’s just get real—an open window is not gonna cut it.” Monona Rossol, an...

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Join the Livestream Discussion on Perpetual Punishment Sunday Sept 13 on VOICES of East New York with Nikki Lucas and Guest Michael Zaki Smith

Michael “Zaki” Smith is one of the 70–100 million individuals in this country with a criminal record. His passion and work is to...

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EducationHealth

Although NYC Schools Open Sept 21 PSAL High School Sports Are Postponed Until Further Notice

New York City Public Schools are scheduled to open to students for in-school learning, but the NYC high school sports league, PSAL, will...

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EducationHealth

16 NYC Teachers Test Positive for COVID 19 As Schools Prepare To Open To Students In Less Than 2 Weeks

UFT President, Michael Mulgrew, announced today that 16 New York City teachers have tested positive for COVID-19. These teachers were...

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HousingPolitics

NYC Extends Halt To Property Lien Sales If You Pay Your Property Tax Bill or Make Payment Arrangements By Sept 24

New York City has delayed the tax lien sale for homeowners until September 24. If you owe property taxes or water bills and have a lien on...

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Education

NYC Schools Face a Deficit of 150 Nurses Amid School Reopening Plans

Even though city officials have made strides to create safer conditions for students and teachers in New York City as a result of the...

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Officers In East New York’s 75th Precinct Fabricating Evidence, Lying to The DA and Racking Up 1,364 Complaints Still Get Promotions and Raises

Many residents who live or travel through East New York are well aware of the abuse and disrespect that comes from NYPD officers of the...

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