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Chinatown's Shuang Wen School Supporters Blast DOE 'Witch Hunt'

Parents and students rallied Friday against the DOE's ongoing investigations into the high-achieving Chinatown school.

Downtown »

Zuccotti Park Can't Be Closed to Wall Street Protesters, NYPD Says

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said Zuccotti Park owners are required to keep it open 24 hours a day.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Michael Moore to Visit Struggling St. Mark's Bookshop

The outspoken filmmaker Mike Moore will appear at the shop Thursday to sign copies of his new memoir.

Downtown »

Cornel West Visits Wall Street Protesters

The Princeton professor and civil-rights activist spoke to hundreds of demonstrators Tuesday in Zuccotti Park.

Downtown »

Michael Moore Gives Boost to Wall Street Protesters

Filmmaker Michael Moore joined with demonstrators in Zuccotti Park Monday during the 10th day of protests.

Downtown »

Pepper-Sprayed Protesters Did Not See Police Officer Who Targeted Them

The women who were pepper-sprayed at an Occupy Wall Street protest Saturday told a protest volunteer that they could not identify the NYPD officer who sprayed them.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Dozens of Protesters Arrested in Union Square Area

Approximately 80 protesters associated with the Occupy Wall Street group were arrested in the Union Square area on Sept. 24, 2011.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Two Protesters Arrested in Union Square March Against Troy Davis Execution

Joseph Jordan and Brandon King were arrested in a protest against the Troy Davis execution in Union Square Thursday night.

Midtown & Theater District »

Homeless Advocates Protest Removal of Chairs in Grand Central Terminal

Homeless advocates demonstrated against the removal of seating from Grand Central Terminal.

Downtown »

Wall Street Protests Disrupt Monday Morning Commute

Protesters have been in and around Wall Street all weekend, prompting a surge in NYPD presence and MTA subway service shutdowns on Monday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Suspicious Package Forces Evacuation of Sotheby's

Officials shut down a portion of York Avenue in front of Sotheby's on Monday morning after the auction house reported that a suspicious package had been dumped in front of the building.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

March For Justice in Police Shooting Death of John Collado

Dozens marched in Inwood Saturday afternoon to protest the shooting death of John Collado, who was shot to death by a cop during a drug bust.

Downtown »

Protesters 'Occupy' Wall Street

Dozens of protesters took to Bowling Green Park on Sept. 17, 2011 to occupy Wall Street in protest of bank profits.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Central Park Boathouse Workers Walk Out In Protest

Employees at the Central Park Boathouse who say they're being harassed because they want to form a union went on strike Tuesday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

American Girl Place Bans Horse Carriage Rides After Protests

After Friends of Animals held an in-store demo and gathered more than 1,000 petition signatures, the American Girl Place canceled its Central Park horse carriage outings.

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