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A Peaceful Resistance Amid a Sea of Strife

Sep. 20, 2017 by

Originally appeared on Pavement Pieces East 47th street between 2nd and 1st avenue was besieged by green, white and red flags with deafening screams of “Free Iran” permeating the air while smaller, similarly

Ride Hailing Apps Put a Dent in Public Transportation

Sep. 14, 2017 by

Originally Appeared on Pavement Pieces On a rainy Wednesday afternoon in Midtown Manhattan, 56-year-old Paul Frelich struck a pose familiar to New Yorkers. He stood on a curb, stared at

Still No Closure For the Undocumented Victims of 9/11

Sep. 12, 2017 by

Originally Appeared on Pavement Pieces  In late September 2001, Nora Elsa Molina walked into Asociacion Tepeyac’s cramped, dimly lit midtown offices desperately seeking help in locating her son, 21-year-old Fernando