This Eastwood resident shares his love and pride for Syracuse with an Instagram account.
Syracuse has a long unique history that newcomers may not be aware of.
Since Justino Vixtha’s arrest last May, his family has been dealing with the fact that he might get deported because of his undocumented status.
Mental health professionals are working to make themselves more available to people of color and provide treatments tailored to their cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
The state of New York allocated $10 million in this year’s state budget, improving access to local immigration legal services.
The lack of affordable health coverage has affected many Central New York residents. Here are three profiles of patients and caregivers who shared their stories.
Colin Gooley was selected to play for the USA Sled Hockey team last summer.
Story and photos by Sara Lafkir, contributing writer Syracuse artists and musicians, including Akuma Roots, Brownskin, Grupo Pagan, Blacklites, were brought together last October to “Make Lead…… Read more “Joe Driscoll’s Fight to End Childhood Lead Poisoning by 2025”
Story and photos by Lindsey Sabado The Marshall Street Starbucks becomes a fishbowl as I speak to the man across from me. Two walls of the crowded…… Read more “A Conversation with a Street Evangelist”
Story by Micah Castelo; photos by Randy Plavajka On the edge of the historic Hawley-Green neighborhood sits a commercial building with a narrow green door and raised…… Read more “Inside Syracuse Cultural Workers, a Publishing Company and Store Dedicated to Activism”