After 6 months in the police academy NYPD Graduate's celebrate during the NYPD Graduation ceremony at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan New York.
Susan Ryan-Loback holds a cross made out of the steel from the World Trade Center. Susan volunteered with her husband, Thomas Loback, at ground zero for months, providing support to the search, rescue and recovery efforts. Thomas passed away this year from 9/11 certified pancreatic cancer. Susan suffers from COPD, asthma, chronic pneumonia and sarcoidosis. 1700+: certified deaths due to 9/11 related illnesses
"The irony is that my lungs were much worse than his, but then one day he was diagnosed. Three weeks later he was dead." - Susan Ryan-Loback
Officers with NYPD’s Aviation Unit pilot their helicopter towards a stunningly lit Manhattan skyline after participating in a 5 Borough tour for National Night Out Against Crime.
First Lady of New York City, Chirlane McCray, in the Peach room at Gracie Mansion. Ms. McCray created ThriveNYC, the most comprehensive mental health plan of any city or state in the nation, and she is recognized nationally as a powerful champion for mental health reform.
Mayor Bill de Blasio walk past the World Trade Center on his way to City Hall.
City Hall police officer inspects the inside of the City Hall Subway platform under New York City Hall in Manhattan. The City Hall subway station has been closed for more than 50 years. The 6 train passes through the station once it reaches the end of the line at City Hall Brooklyn Bridge.
Protesters gathered on Jan. 15 in support of the Affordable Care Act outside the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle in new York City.
Over 1000 protesters gathered at Union Square Park New York, NY after the ‘not guilty’ verdict was announced in the case of George Zimmerman.
After attending a rally in Manhattan in honor of Trayvon Martin, many marched across the Brooklyn Bridge chanting "What do we want? Justice!"
The rally and march came one week after George Zimmerman was found not Guilty for the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012.
Protest at the Jean-Georges restaurant coordinated by the anti-Trump group Rise & Resist. Trump protesters are led out of the Jean-Georges Restaurant inside of the Trump International Hotel and Tower at Columbus Circle.
Vice-president Joe Biden campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hilary Clinton at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio.
Young kids play at the Presidential Oval Office space at the Manhattan Children Museum in Manhattan, New York.
Students learning about animals in an EarlyLearn classroom at Union Settlement in Manhattan, New York.
Math Teacher, Dhara Patel giving her students math lessons during class at Brooklyn Ascend Charter School in Brownsville. Ascend Charter School use new conflict-resolution practices in place of traditional discipline, such as formula suspensions and detention to solve problems. The school uses group dialogue called circles and student driven dialogue to resolve conflicts.
Locals light candles in memory of Olivia Brown a 23 year old who was gunned down at the Lincoln Houses at 60 East 132nd Street Harlem, New York.
NYPD Police Officers carry and salute NYPD Detective Joseph Lemm at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan, New York. Detective Lemm was killed by a suicide bomber while serving in the Air National Guard in Afghanistan.
Community member watch from the roof top of their Synagogue as the New York City Fire Department work to put out flames caused by a gas explosion at a three-story building in the Borough Park section of Brooklyn.
Sculptor Yuri Gerasimov’s statue of Vladmir Lenin lay on the roof top of 178 Norfolk St. after being removed from the Red Square residential building roof top on Houston Street. The statue stood on the roof top of Red Square since 1989 and had become a symbol of the Lower East Side. With the change of the Red Square residential building ownership the statue will find a new home on top of a building across the street from its original home.
Faith Brown and her cousin Sami Russell play in the swimming pool at her home in Brooksville, Florida. "We swim everyday and play games in the pool. Its so much fun. I'm hoping to be on the swim team at my high school," said Faith. 14 year old Faith was diagnosed with cancer last year and has had most of the bones in her right leg replaced with metal implants. "There are slight differences but I can still do things," said Faith. Faith plans to tryout for the swim team once she starts high school as a 9th grader.
Actor Andre Holland on his way to work in Manhattan. Holland plays the character Youngblood in August Wilson's play Jitney at the Samuel J Friedman Theatre on Broadway.
Oran Le Pape and her dog Bailey in their apartment in Brooklyn. On the morning of October 24th Bailey got off her leash at the Henry Local cafe on Henry Street in Carrol Gardens. “I saw when it happened and tried to get to her but she was frighten and running so I lost sight of her,” said Oran. Oran Le Pape and the community hung signs and searched the neighborhood for Bailey. After being missing for three days Bailey found her way home. “I honestly thought she was gone but she came back. I can promise that will never happen again,” said Oran.
Dan Rosales gives direction during rehearsal of Spamilton: An American parody and musical of the Broadway show Hamilton rehearse on their new home stage at Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre in Manhattan.
Mr. Holland reading “Jitney” before a matinee performance. “I hear new parts of the play all the time, things that I thought I understood,” he said.
Rapper, actor and activist Common interviewed Serena Williams for The Undefeated at Urban Vintage cafe in Clinton Hill Brooklyn, New York.
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Right, Director Andy Blankenbuehlerr demonstrates a dance move correction for the Broadway Musical “Bandstand” cast during the last rehearsals at the Bernard B. Jacobs theater in Manhattan.