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Updated! Are faith-based community gardeners a sign of changes in NYC politics?

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Update: Gardeners fight off illegal dumpers! Rally on June 17th against dumping by city!

Young Jesus the New Yorker and the future of the city, Part 2.

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A migrant’s memories become a mirror for New Yorkers. Newcomers are a major source of religious, economic and cultural innovation in the city. Part 5 in the series Jesus the New Yorker

In his last speech Bloomberg toasts religious leaders

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108th mayor of New York City closes out his term with an interfaith breakfast held at the New York Public Library yesterday.

Jesus the New York Networker

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How Midwesterner Mac Pier turned on a power system for evangelical churches. Part 3 in series “Jesus the New Yorker”

Searching for the Messiah in New York City

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A chrononological sidebar to “Jesus the New York Jew” in series “Jesus the New Yorker”

Jesus the New York Jew

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In the 1960s and 1970s spiritual seekers did what massive numbers of New Yorkers fed up with bad government and negative social trends were doing—they left the city and later came back to help the spiritual renewal of the city. Part 2 of series “Jesus the New Yorker”

Fewest non-religious are in NE United States

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The religiously unaffiliated are less engaged with durable social institutions.

Welcome to NYC, Cheng Guangcheng!

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  Friday, human rights activist Chen Guangcheng arrived on United Airlines Flight 88 from Beijing to Newark to begin a new life after fleeing house arrest in China. On Saturday he held a press conference in front of his new home in Washington Square Village in New York City. The self-taught legal activist, who campaigned [...]

God’s Plan: A Podcast on Faith & Postsecular City Planning

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The connections between faith and city planning are undeniable. Faith-based groups rebuild areas after disasters, they develop affordable housing plans, and they help the poor. Additionally, social movements that have profoundly changed society, like the civil rights movement, were guided by faith. Yet planning education generally does not deal with faith.

Martin Luther King, Jr. & Billy Graham. The Road to NYC, 1957

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Martin Luther King, Jr.’s appearance at Billy Graham’s 1957 evangelistic crusade in NYC infuriated segregationists.

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