Racheal Stirling in her home on April 8. Photographed by Sasha Arutyunova for Newsweek U.S. NYPD Criminal Justice #MeToo Sexual Assault Racheal Stirling’s neck throbbed as the 6 train rumbled over the tracks. It was late afternoon in September 2014, and Stirling was headed uptown from her East Village apartment. She stepped off the subway on 125th Street in East Harlem and trudged toward a boxy brick building, the headquarters of the New York Police Department’s Special Victims Division.She had hoped for a bright, clean office full of relatively friendly detectives, men and women who were eager to help. But when she walked inside, an officer led her down a dark, dingy hallway into a small room with plain white walls. There, she waited nervously, going over what had happened in her mind—details she had filed with her local precinct the day before. Soon, the door opened, and Lukasz Skorzewski, a baby-faced detective in the Special Victims Division, walked in. He sat … [Read more...] about These Women Say the New York City Police Department Is Failing Rape Victims
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Where dreams are made: Inside Victoria Vivian's journey to New York City for WNBA Draft Mississippi State star Victoria Vivians gave one reporter all-access to WNBA Draft Day in New York City, where she was chosen by the Indiana Fever Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Will Sammon, Clarion Ledger Published 5:34 p.m. CT April 13, 2018 CLOSE Mississippi State star Victoria Vivians won her fourth Gillom Trophy Monday as the best women's college basketball player in Mississippi. Wochit CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN … [Read more...] about Where dreams are made: Inside Victoria Vivian’s journey to New York City for WNBA Draft
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery invites CEO Keith Humes of Rosemont Media to present at The Aesthetic Meeting 2018 in New York. /EIN News/ -- SAN DIEGO, April 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) will be holding its annual The Aesthetic Meeting conference in New York this year from Thursday, April 26th to Tuesday, May 1st. Among its attendees will be online marketing agency Rosemont Media, the founding Alliance Partner of ASAPS. Rosemont Media CEO Keith Humes will also be a presenter in the educational course schedule, covering the topics of online marketing and reputation management—this will be his 20th year participating in the ASAPS event. Humes will also be co-hosting the question-and-answer panel “Controversies in Online Marketing with Expert Q&A” on Sunday, April 29th from 2-4 p.m. ET. This course will focus on identifying questionable marketing tactics and educating professionals on … [Read more...] about ASAPS 2018 in New York City Invites Rosemont Media CEO to Lecture
Last Updated Dec 13, 2010 4:40 PM EST New York City is the only major American market where the world's biggest retailer does not have a physical retail presence. As you might suspect, the folks in Bentonville want to change that. As you might not suspect, a new survey suggests that small business people would be happy for Walmart to come to New York. The survey, it must be said, was paid for by Walmart. The company is seeking to establish its first stores in the city and faces opposition from critics who say it will destroy small businesses. If so, the people about to be destroyed don't seem to mind the prospect. As reported in the Crain's New York Business newsweekly, small business owners responding to the poll were strongly in favor of Walmart coming to New York. The actual margin was 62 percent for, versus 27 percent against. Anticipating objections based on the fact that it was conducting the poll in order to undercut opponents, Walmart chose Doug Schoen, a pollster regarded as … [Read more...] about New York City Business Owners to Walmart: Welcome!
NEW YORK - It's before dawn when two outreach workers find a homeless man known as Juice near a train station in Harlem. A nurse will be visiting to discuss his heart problems, they tell him. A short time later, in the neighborhood's Marcus Garvey Park, the sun has just begun to rise when the caseworkers approach a man zipped inside a sleeping bag. They've encountered him before, and they know he's teasing when he gives a phony name. Gladys Rivera and Ali Olson are part of a citywide, round-the-clock army of workers for nonprofits contracted by the city. Their aim is to get the homeless into shelters, and so they make the rounds of upper Manhattan, checking on clients, identifying newcomers to the streets and trying to connect them with services. They're often rejected, but they don't give up. "You never know which one is going to be the one that sticks," said Olson. Rivera and Olson are soldiers in the city's massive daily effort to get the homeless off the street and into a system … [Read more...] about New York City’s expansive — and costly — homeless strategy