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Cuban New Yorker Returns (Temporarily) to Miami

Back in 1985, when I arrived in Miami from Louisiana State University to accept a faculty position at Florida International University, I was talking with a friend, a Cuban and resident of the city, about the ethnic makeup of Miami at the time. 1,840 more words

The Guardian: Guantánamo art show rattles US military and could prompt confiscation or destruction

Works by detainees are making waves at a New York exhibition – but now officials have taken away finished artworks and won’t let them leave the site… 636 more words

Journalism

Trumps History Under Oath Suggests He Knows “When He’s Lying”


In a moot court at John Jay College, lawyers argue both sides of the Trump-Russia case in this special edition of The Beat. A look at presidential testimony throughout history with former White House speechwriter Michael Waldman. 20 more words

News

Craft Cocktails and Conversation at the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts

By: Anna Gombert, Co-Editor in Chief

The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, located in downtown Madison, will be hosting an event called Craft Cocktails & Conversation on Thursday, November 16. 209 more words

Student Life & Arts

Study: Community Program Reducing Violence in Two NYC Areas

NY1 News reports on JohnJayREC’s recent study about the effects of Cure Violence. Includes a short comment from me.

By Dean Meminger
NY1 News
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Broadcast

ANTIFA PROFESSOR MIKE ISAACSON WANTS COPS DEAD, JUSTIFIES ANTIFA VIOLENCE

  • Criminal Justice Professor Mike Isaacson: ‘It’s a privilege to teach future dead cops’
  • The professor says antifa violence is “necessary” for social progress.
  • He is co-founder of the Antifa organization Smash Racism D.C., promotes political violence…
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EDUCATION

John Jay College Instructor Placed On Leave Over 'Dead Cops' Tweet

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A John Jay College economics instructor has been placed on administrative leave over a tweet about “dead cops,” the school says. 149 more words

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