Thursday, October 30, 2014

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Town Hall Meeting Illuminates Ebola Facts in the Bronx

The African Advisory Council hosted a town hall meeting Wednesday in the Bronx to talk about the Ebola virus and explain away some misconceptions that may be leading to unfair treatment of West Africans in the borough. 12:20 AM

Top Department of Correction Official Resigns

William Clemons, chief of department at the city Department of Correction, will be stepping down at the end of next month amid a series of scandals at Rikers Island.

Updated 10/28/2014 05:40 PM


NY Nature Conservancy Director Discusses New Attitudes Toward Climate Change

Environmental advocates say New York still needs to make a lot of changes in order to handle the next big storm, but some progress has been made over the past two year—especially when it comes to how New Yorkers think about climate change. Jeanine Ramirez sits down with Bill Ulfelder, Executive Director of the Nature Conservancy in New York, to get more information on this important change in attitude.

10/29/2014 09:31 PM

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NY1 Online: Top Recovery Officials Talk Sandy Aftermath

Errol Louis spoke with two top officials in the de Blasio Administration who are dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy: Bill Goldstein, the Senior Advisor to the Mayor for Recovery, Resiliency, and Infrastructure and Daniel Zarrilli, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency.

10/29/2014 10:42 PM




Senegalese Students Bullied Over Ebola

It's nearly impossible to get Ebola from casual contact., but fear of the disease is believed to have led to the bullying of two children in the Bronx. 10/27/2014 11:47 PM

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