Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
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Social Media's Role In The Racial Justice Movement: 'The Conversation Is Moving So Much More Quickly'Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
Dating During Coronavirus Pandemic: 'It's Not The Normal Conversations You'd Have Prior To This'Looking for love can be tough enough in normal circumstances, but throw in a global coronavirus pandemic and it adds a whole new dimension to dating. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
The Dig Callback: How LES Mainstay Economy Candy Is Reinventing ItselfCBS2's Elle McLogan checks in with the third-generation owner of a vintage candy shop adapting to a new normal.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Former FDNY Chief Edward HenryEdward Henry spent 40 years with the FDNY and retired as a chief from the 40th Battalion. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Learning Champions Taiwo Ishola Amusa And Tammy HendriksCBS2 remembers two people who championed education and learning for future generations. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Coronavirus Fundraising: Friends Take Online Trivia, Bingo To Charitable HeightsWhen a group of New York City friends wanted to make a difference during the COVID-19 pandemic, they turned to what they know best: Friendly competition. CBS2 Tara Jakeway reports.
Coronavirus In New York: Gov. Cuomo Vows To 'Re-Reimagine' Life After COVID-19New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he plans to form a downstate coalition of leaders to come up with changes to be put in place in everyday life after the coronavirus outbreak passes. CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo Talks On State Of COVID-19 Outbreak In New YorkGov. Andrew Cuomo addressed plans to look into society-wide changes after the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak no longer threatened New York.
Day In The Life: Finding Comfort And Humor In Uncertain TimesCBS2's Elle McLogan reaches out to friends who are making the most of their new circumstances.
Connecting Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic: Jennifer McLogan Checks In With Her FamilyCBS2's Jennifer McLogan checks in with her siblings across the globe to find out how they're coping during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus NYC: City Life Amid The PandemicSo what's New York City like under the shadow of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak? CBS2 producer Nick Kasanzew takes a walk around Manhattan to find out.
Oh My Goodness: After Beloved High School Teacher Mike Verdi Dies, His Legacy Shines On Through A Children's BookOur Oh My Goodness series highlights people making a difference. Mike Verdi didn't roar fire, but he sparked passion. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Women's History Month: Stories Of WWII 'Rosie The Riveters' Brought To Life In Animated FilmAn all-female team of filmmakers set out to shine a spotlight on those women who served and broke barriers in World War II. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Women's History Month: Rita MorenoRita Moreno found fame as Anita in "West Side Story" and became the first Latina to earn an EGOT - an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony award. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
Women's History Month: 4 New York Icons Added To City Hall Portrait GalleryThere's Pura Belpré, the City's first Puerto Rican librarian; Chien-Shiung Wu, a math and physics scholar at Columbia University; Elizabeth Jennings Graham, an African American civil rights activist; and Edie Windsor, a prominent LGBTQ activist. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Oh My Goodness: Woman Throws Birthday Parties At Mount Vernon Homeless ShelterA special birthday party is on tap Saturday at a homeless shelter in Mount Vernon. A local mom is sending a message to the children staying there that the community cares; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Black History Month: Harlem's Schomberg Center Brings Cultural Research Into FocusThere's a place in Harlem that's like no other to study black history - and it was actually founded by a man from Puerto Rico. The Schomburg Center holds the largest black history archive anywhere in the world. CBSN New Yorks' Elise Finch reports.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, First African-American Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Black History Month: The Night Ella Fitzgerald Came To Apollo's Amateur Night A Nobody And Left As A LegendMany stars became discovered thanks to Amateur Night at the Apollo, but none have had as big or as lasting impact on modern music as Ella Fitzgerald. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Marks 86th Year Of Amateur NightThe longest-running talent show in America has a long-standing tradition since 1934 to have every performer rub a cherished treasure for good luck. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
Couple Pay Tribute To Former Slave, One Of Many In Long Island's HistoryLong Island once had the largest slave population of any rural area in the north for most of the colonial era. On Tuesday, the community paid tribute to the heritage of one formerly enslaved man. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Black History Month: First Woman Of Color On Suffolk County's Family Court A Hometown NativeWith her proud daughters looking on, Victoria Gumbs-Moore was given her robe to become the first black family court judge in Suffolk County. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Black History Museum: Newark Museum A Special Gateway To Diverse LearningLinda Harrison, the director and CEO of the Newark Museum of Art, is part of a rare class. She is one of only a handful of African American's leading a major art museum. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Reporter Alice Gainer Reviews Covering The Entire Harvey Weinstein TrialCBS2's Alice Gainer has sat through weeks of testimony up to today's verdict when a jury found Harvey Weinstein guilty of third-degree rape and a criminal sexual act, but acquitted him of three other counts including the most serious, predatory sexual assault.