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Thousands protested in Manhattan following the non-indictment announcement. Here are the voices of six people who were there.
Racist policing, coupled with images of unrest in Ferguson, are spurning new forms of grassroots resistance in New York City.
What are the limits--if any--of sharing photos of maimed life for political causes?
In short, the right way to do things is stage-managed theater; a well-rehearsed and carefully controlled performance led by figures vetted by the political establishment, and not the sort of bottom-up, ideologically charged protests seen in both Ferguson and Manhattan in recent weeks.
The Millennial Trains Project puts young entrepreneurs on a train and asks them to develop projects in each community they pass through. It's a dumb idea.