The complimentary, black-and-white canvas tote bag you get when you subscribe to The New Yorker is becoming a curious fashion statement.
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On Monday, a Federal Judge ruled that New York’s Stop-and-Frisk tactic, which has affected over 4 million people, violates suspects’ constitutional rights. The decision has reigniting a debate that has spanned for over a decade about racial profiling and community safety. Youth Radio brings you our top 5 Stop-and-Frisk-related videos.
A recent New York Times article explained a program in Harlem and the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York called the Juvenile…
Traditionally, many U.S. counties have relied on “scared straight” tactics to keep youth from getting back in trouble. In Florida,…