by Reshmi Kaur Oberoi, NYCity Lens
In spite of neighborhood efforts to clear Duarte Square, homeless do not plan on leaving anytime soon.
By Cherno Baba Jallow, NYCity Lens
As the city gets grayer, the demand for services offered in senior centers like the Greenwich House, will continue to rise.
By Cassandra Basler, NYCity Lens
The unemployment rate in the Bronx dropped below 10 percent for the first time in five years this September, according to the New York State Department of Labor. Still, these borough residents said they have to hustle to stay above the poverty line.
By Pauline Bock, NYCity Lens
As the unemployment numbers in the Bronx are falling but still high than anywhere in the City, at the Work Force 1 on East Fordham Road, job seekers don’t lose faith.
By Christine Chung, NYCity Lens
Everyday at 6 A.M., chef Raleigh Jenkins serves food at the Central Harlem Alcohol Crisis Center’s soup kitchen.
By Theresa Avila, NYCity Lens
At the food pantry at the Word of Life International, the church is struggling to feed the long line.
By Ariana Skibell, NYCity Lens
Tribeca residents below the poverty line turn to The New York City Rescue Mission, the oldest mission in America, for help.