Rebecca C. Lewis

15,000 people showed up to the Brooklyn Museum on June 14th to march for Black trans lives.
The state and nation made strides in improving transgender rights, but there are still discriminatory practices to abolish.
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Protestors occupy City Hall demanding Mayor de Blasio slash the NYPD's budget for the third day on June 25th.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Candidate for NY-12 Suraj Patel
Patel is neck-and-neck after election night with Rep. Carolyn Maloney after losing in 2018.
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New Yorkers voting at the Brooklyn Museum on June 23,  2020.
Confused poll workers are handing out the wrong ballots and others forced to vote in person.
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Early voters cast their ballot at a polling station inside the Brooklyn Museum on June 16th.
Many voters never got their absentee ballots. And it’s not just the boards of elections at fault.
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Protesters chant as they march after a Juneteenth rally at the Brooklyn Museum on June 19, 2020.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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NY State Senator Chris Jacobs during Senate Session last year.
State Sen. Chris Jacobs is the favorite in both the special election and GOP primary on June 23.
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Will COVID-19 bring the DMV into the 21st century?
Why were we still waiting in lines at the DMV?
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Protestors in Long Island on June 14th.
Anti-racism activism isn't just in big cities and liberal college towns any more.
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New York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and Mayor de Blasio in 2018.
Polly Trottenberg on how NYC public transit is adapting to the crisis.
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