ProPublica published their first coronavirus investigation on February 28th, reporting on the grave missteps at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that hampered officials’ ability to track and contain the virus’s spread in the US. They then directed their healthcare reporters towards stories that clearly explained COVID-19 to readers, combatting oversimplified headlines and misleading statistics with accurate, fact-based journalism.
The coronavirus pandemic presents enormous challenges to our way of life. Here in New York City the heroism and selflessness of so many individuals continues daily, as frontline workers treat the ill and care for our community at great risk to themselves.
Dates for the exhibition “Vida American: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945” have been extended.
On view now at The Morgan Library & Museum until January 12, 2020.
The Morgan Library is the perfect setting for an exhibition of 60 magnificent portraits executed in charcoal by artist John Singer Sargent.
This is a blank page for testing.
Elora Mukherjee and her students have successfully represented hundreds of migrants and refugees who have fled violence in their home countries.
Planned Parenthood of New York City knows that making effective contraception available to women who want it but cannot afford it substantially reduces unintended pregnancies, abortion, miscarriage, pre-term death, and infant and maternal mortality.