1. Interview with NY1 about State Ed Dept. sharing confidential info Ltd Corporation


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    For more on this story see our NYC parent blog, including links to the letter attorney Norman Siegel on behalf of parent groups here: http://bit.ly/RITxE1 and other news clips here: http://shar.es/5PCok

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    • What's The 411: NY1's News' Cheryl Wills Remembers Arthur Ashe


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      NY1 Anchor, Cheryl Wills, checks in with What's The 411's (http://www.WhatsThe411.com) Correspondent Andrew Rosario to reminiscence about tennis great Arthur Ashe. Cheryl Wills remembers Arthur Ashe as a New York and an international icon. "It is so fitting that we are having this fabulous event to honor him and his legacy and all of the people who are carrying on his legacy, Wills stated." "Arthur Ashe was about world peace. He was about advancing African Americans and integrating us into a sports world that once wasn't so inviting to us,...everyone's heart broke when he left us, but this is a wonderful way to remember him," she continued.

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      • Fly Geenius 1st Annual "Aim,Aspire,Achieve Back To School" Charity Event


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        www.flygeenius.com Fly Geenius 1st Annual "Aim,Aspire,Achieve Back To School Charity Event" Sponsored by Champion, Skull Candy, MCL Media, Boxed Water is Better Special Guests: NY1 News, Belchez, Jay West, Actor Tyler Flores from Dark Knight Rises, Manny Ramirez Baseball Player from the Astro's, Kangol Kid from UTFO, and Mickey Factz.

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        • Los inmigrantes vuelven a casa


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          Por primera vez en décadas la inmigración mexicana a EEUU se ha detenido. La crisis económica al norte del Río Bravo y la mejora de las condiciones en su país natal han hecho que muchos vuelvan a casa. Mercedes Gallego y otros dos periodistas analizan en el programa de NY1 Noticias Pura Política la situación de estos inmigrantes a los que se les ha escurrido de entre las manos el sueño americano.

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          • New York 1 Interview


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            New York 1 Interview Spot on the Film "Unveiled" for Women's Month "Unveiled" Written Directed and Produced by Shumaya Banu Director of Photography Kaitlyn Barlow

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              • NY1


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                A 15 second TV spot for NY1 Cable Channel. Produced by Madhouse. Wolfe Doyle Agency

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                • Q-Motion Shades


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                  • ProjectArt in NY1 News


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                    From New York 1's website: "The latest New Yorker of the Week helps students express themselves through art for free. NY1's Elizabeth Kaledin filed the following report. Every weekday afternoon, budding artists come from around the city to Adarsh Alphons Projects in Turtle Bay. "I think it's a very nice program for kids to show what they like to paint, what they like to draw," says student Paula Persiani. Persiani, 10, is one of 45 students creating art for free in nine different types of media like watercolors, acrylics, and charcoal. Adarsh Alphons founded the organization a year ago after he left his job as the director of the Harlem School of the Arts. "I want them to be proud of something they create this summer, and I want them also to understand that it's important to have a vision, whatever it is," says Alphons. "It doesn't have to be ambitious, but to have dreams." Alphons grew up in India, and when his family moved from the south to the north, he didn't know the new language his classmates spoke in school. Art helped him bridge the gap. "I started painting in that school quite a bit," says Alphons. "Started drawing over there because that's the only way I knew I would communicate with my peers." He used that experience to help him earn two art degrees when he moved to the U.S. Now, Alphons helps children ages 11 to 17 with their own art. They receive guided instruction and visit museums and galleries. "Adarsh shows us his slide shows to give us inspiration and then sometimes he likes to do a little sideshow of our art," says Persiani. At the end of each semester, the students have a gallery show of their own where their work is put up for sale. "I think it's special, because they are admiring your work, instead of you going there and admiring their work," says student Malikye Wright. "And you think you are a big celebrity." For giving kids a place to express themselves through art, Adarsh Alphons is our New Yorker of the Week."

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                    • NY1 Interview - Say You Heard My Echo


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                      October 2011 NY1 New York, NY SAY YOU HEARD MY ECHO is an evening-length spoken word poetry theater project that juxtaposes fictional narratives of three Asian American women in NYC a decade after 9/11 from a progressive and empathetic point of view. In February 2011, the project was commissioned by Asian American Arts Alliance, a NYC not-for-profit arts organization for their Locating the Sacred Festival in Fall 2012. The Locating the Sacred Festival will pair Asian Pacific Islander American artists with NYC sacred spaces for artistic projects that explore the role of religious freedom across NYC's Asian Pacific Islander American communities. Say You Heard My Echo is a co-production of Asian American Arts Alliance and Flushing Council on the Arts & Culture. Co-sponsored by the Asian / Pacific / American Institute at New York University. Major funding for this event is provided by the Asian Women Giving Circle. Say You Heard My Echo is a commission by the Asian American Arts Alliance for Kelly Zen Yie-Tsai. For more info on Asian American Arts Alliance, http://www.aaartsalliance.org.

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