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What Would You Do If The Feds Were Watching You?

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Quitting Wall Street To Tell A Prostitute's Story

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Harlem In Photographs: Troubled Neighborhood To Source Of Pride

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Portrait Show Brings Photographer-Subject Encounters Into Focus

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Original caption via Instagram: #pscommute 5:15 PM on the C Train. 34th Street, Penn Station back home to Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Giving the gift of reading. A magical moment between mother and son. It may seem like just another subway ride, but with a book and an imagination, the adventures are limitless. Jabali Sawicki/@jsawicki1/Instagram hide caption

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With One Photo, The Average Commute Becomes Super Special

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