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Chaos At NYC's Rikers Island Sparks Calls For Reforms

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The Names Of 2,977 Victims Of The 9/11 Attacks Read At Ground Zero

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Teresa Garcia says she remains haunted by the dozens of undocumented workers she believes remain missing at the site of 9/11. Jasmine Garsd/NPR/Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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Families Of Undocumented Immigrants Lost On 9/11 Continue To Search For Closure

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Undocumented Immigrants Employed By The World Trade Center Remain Missing

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End Of Summer Rooftop Listening Party

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Citlaly Olvera Salazar dances with an image of her grandfather, Antonio Salazar, and father, Cesar Olvera, in their absence during her Quinceañera. Maridelis Morales Rosado for NPR hide caption

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COVID-19 Delayed Quinceañera Celebrations. And Now, 17 Is The New 15

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The Death Toll From Ida's Severe Weather Continues To Rise

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The Aftermath Of Hurricane Ida Dumps Record Rain On The Northeast

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Because Of The Pandemic, Some Quinceañeras Are Celebrating 17th Birthdays This Year

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Queen Arroyo grew up in the Red Fern Houses, in Far Rockaway. She now works in violence interruption. Jasmine Garsd/NPR/Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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When Shootings Erupt, These Moms, Pastors And Neighbors Step In To Defuse Tension

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From The Streets Of Brooklyn, Here's How New Yorkers Feel About Gov. Cuomo Resigning

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Gun Violence Can Be Diffused By Community Members Called 'Violence Interrupters'

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