The Newark Boys Chorus during the kickoff of Senator Cory Booker, a Democrat from New Jersey and 2020 presidential candidate, 'Justice for All' campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey.
Kids play in the Unisphere fountain at the Flushing Meadows–Corona Park in Queens, New York.
Thousands danced and marched in New York's 49th annual gay pride parade in Manhattan, New York June 24, 2018. The first Pride March in 1970 was a civil rights protest in defense of sexual freedom. Over the years, folks identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexual, asexual, and their allies, have rallied to sustain the thriving community.
Visitors sit in the hallway and kitchen of Marjorie Eliot's apartment listening to live jazz music during Marjorie's weekly jazz show in Manhattan, New York. Every Sunday for more than a decade a jazz concert has taken place in the parlor of Marjorie Eliot's home on what she calls the northern tip of Harlem. Her weekly free concerts in the living room of her apartment are legendary in Harlem and an institution for jazz lovers citywide.
The original torch on display at the Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island in New York, U.S.. The event feature keynote address from Oprah Winfrey and performances by Gloria Estefan and Tony Bennett.
Neil Donnelly, Iben Falconer, Barbara Abrams, Heather Benjamin, Brenda Davis, and Jessica liu, in the home of Neil Donnelly and Iben Falconer for a Clinton Hill Resident Coalition meeting. Clinton Hill Co-ops apartment in Brooklyn, New York. Live-in handyman Hector Caballero was given an apartment in the Co-ops in 1990 and on January 2019 he was told that he had 90 days to move out. The community rallied and signed a petition to allow Hector to remain in his apartment.
A young boy blows bubbles within bubbles for entertainment during the kickoff of Senator Cory Booker, a Democrat from New Jersey and 2020 presidential candidate, 'Justice for All' campaign tour in Newark, New Jersey
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Students at the Little Sun People Private Preschool do the hair of dolls during play time in Brooklyn, New York.
Though New York City has tried to desegregate its schools since the 1954 Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education, the school system is now one of the most segregated in the nation. But rather than pushing for integration, some black parents in Bedford-Stuyvesant are choosing an alternative: schools explicitly designed for black children.
A visitor tours the old ruins of the Cornish Estate in Cold Spring, New York. In 1958, a fire destroyed most of the mansion leaving the Cornish’s grand estate in ruins. Today those ruins are overgrown and gradually have been reclaimed by the forest.
Members of the Law Enforcement Explorers program, a New York Police Department program for high school students, light candles at the makeshift memorial space for Lesandro Guzman-Feliz in the Bronx on June 27, 2018. Hundreds attended the funeral of the 15-year-old, known as Junior, whose fatal stabbing was caught on video and stunned the city.
Construction workers putting up scaffold on the outside of the St. John Terminal In Manhattan, New York. Google has confirmed to expand their workforce by 7,000 workers and to add a $1 billion campus in New York City.
Shelves with product are organized and moved around by Amazon robots inside of the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Carteret, NJ. Workers sort products in different bins, box them and send them out for delivery.
Sailors enjoy the view of the Statue of Liberty in New York, U.S..