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A local graffiti artist depicted Ruby Bridges, the first black child to attend an all-white school.
The congressman, who died Oct. 21 at age 77, was honored in a service at Medgar Evers College Monday.
In a brief filed in state court, the mayor's office says state law preempts the City Council's law.
The mayor's office is fighting a federal judge's ruling that found the NYPD violated rights.
A study showed that a California police department that used cameras reduced civilian complaints.
A Bronx family says police barged into their home and took them into custody, but cops had wrong place.
A corner in Jackson Heights will be renamed to honor a former activist who died in 1996.
Hours after the verdict clearing gunman George Zimmerman of guilt, hundreds rallied.
More than a million attended the march in style, celebrating the days-old ruling on federal rights.
Ray Kelly said that a memo urging officers to better document stop-and-frisks isn't related to a trial.
The show, presented by Making Books Sings, runs through Sunday at Theater 3 in Midtown.
Among the cases were brothers wrongly convicted of armed robbery and a girl arrested for doodling.
Robert Bell, 26, is suing for unspecified damages stemming from his arrest last year.
A 26-year-old who gave officers the bird outside a West 4th Street bar says cops violated his rights.
The Museum of the City of New York looks at social movements in "Activist New York," which opens Friday.
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