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📣 IT'S HERE BABY!! After years of prohibition New York is the 15th state to legalize recreational marijuana 🍃 - New York is set to become one of the largest markets for legal cannabis in the NATION! - 40% of the sales tax revenue is said to be reinvested in the communities that have been effected the most from the years of prohibition. - You will be allowed to smoke anywhere where smoking tobacco is allowed and carry up to 3oz. "Unlike any other state in America, this legislation is intentional about equity. Equity is not a second thought, it's the first one and it needs to be, because the people who paid the price for this war on drugs have lost so much" - @crystal_d_peoplesstokes BUT 😭 dispensaries won't open until more than a year from now! In the meantime, we will just have to continue calling our homies for the hookup. Want to know more? 🔥 Sign up for our newsletter. It goes out every Tuesday/Thursday around 3pm.⁠ ⁠

So What's the Deal With These New Covid Variants?

As of last night, more than2.5 million New Yorkers have received a first vaccine dose—about 12.8 percent of the state’s population and 7% of New Yorkers are fully vaccinated. It’s the equivalent of your mom sharing those Facebook or WeChat articles about how aiming a hot blow dryer at your mouth will kill the CoronaVirus. The study is a preprint – which reports new medical research that hasn’t been approved or peer reviewed by the Scientific community or the health department yet. On average, we research over 30 different sources for each newsletter, so we’ll always do our best to double and triple check for ya.

💉 Monday sure caught us by surprise! Gov. Cuomo announced that starting on Tuesday, March 30th, New Yorkers over the age of 30 will be eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine!⁠ ⁠ BUT WAIT...there’s more! On April 6th, New Yorkers over the age of 16 will be eligible for the vaccine too. Are we starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel? ⁠ ⁠ - According to the @cdcgov, the Pfizer vaccine is the only vaccine of the three ⁠to be approved by the @fda for those 16 and up. ⁠ ⁠ - Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved ⁠for those 18+ . ⁠ - 30% of New Yorkers have received at least 1 dose of the ⁠ covid-19 vaccine! ⁠ ⁠ Want to know more? Sign up for our newsletter. It goes out every Tuesday/Thursday around 3pm.⁠ ⁠ ⁠

New York City's First Black Female Chancellor is Meisha Porter

The NY education system is the largest in the entire nation, with over 1 million students and 1,800 schools. Some critics argue that specialized testing prevents black and hispanic students from attending better schools, They also claim that the tests favor white and Asian American students. In 2016, a proposal to send some Upper West Side children — who were zoned for a high-performing, mostly white, wealthy elementary school near their homes — to a lower-performing school, attended mostly by low-income black and Hispanic students, about a ten-minute walk away, was met with vitriol. it appears she has a strong hold on what the NY schools system needs to flourish, and the very students who are being impacted.

FYI...indoor dining expands to 50% capacity in NYC today!!! 🥘 🍕 🍝 - Over 21% of New Yorkers have received their first vaccine and 10.6% are fully vaccinated. While cases are going down, the number of new cases based on the new variants make up over 65% of cases. - There’s lots of controversy around opening up so soon - critics worry that NYC still has a ways to go before reaching herd immunity and 50% capacity will only further the spread (especially amongst this new variant and workers). - Others say that the restaurants are in too dire of a situation to NOT reopen. Hanging on by a thread, opening up indoor dining will put some $$$ back into small business owners pockets. - Are we opening up too soon? Would you dine?! Let us know in the comments below.

Here's Some Important Dates You Should Know in March

We cover the Coronavirus, local news, and all things New York City in one quick 5-minute email. While we’ve guilty of doom scrolling through the news ourselves, there are a lot of important dates that you need to know coming up, and should most likely share with a neighbor, friend, or family member. Can Re-Open Statewide; Movie Theaters in New York City to Also Re-Open. Johnson & Johnson said Tuesday it will have 20 million of the country’s first COVID-19 single-dose vaccines available by the end of March — leading New York City to vow door-to-door service soon for shut-ins.

Starting tomorrow, 80% of the state’s adult population will be vaccine-eligible. ⁠ ⁠ On March 17th, eligibility opens up for:⁠ ⁠ Public-facing government and public employees⁠ Not-for-profit workers who provide public-facing services to New Yorkers in need⁠ Essential in-person public-facing building service workers⁠ ⁠ Add that to the group of 60+-year-olds who were made eligible last week, and we've got a total group size of over 12 million people eligible for the vaccine! ⁠ ⁠ Want to know more? Sign up for our newsletter. It goes out every Tuesday/Thursday around 3pm.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ ⁠

New York's Youngest Elected Mayor Wants to Abolish the Police Department

WERE LAZY… Mayor Svante Myrick will propose replacing the city’s current 63-officer, $12.5 million a year department with a “Department of Community Solutions and Public Safety” which would include armed “public safety workers” and unarmed “community solution workers,” all of whom will report to a civilian director of public safety instead of a police chief. In its most simplistic form, the new proposal would separate responsibilities so that armed officers can handle traditional crimes and criminals (like shootings & robberies, for example) and have unarmed professionals handle situations like a car crash, rescue the kitty in the tree, or noise complaints from that annoying neighbor of yours. One of the major tenets we found of the new arrangement would be the creation of a Community Justice Center where, “The work associated with each recommendation will be trackable through an online tool that allows community members to provide input and sign up for process updates”. In February 2016 he released the Ithaca Plan: a Public Health and Safety Approach to Drugs and Drug Policy that garnered international attention for its forward thinking •His first budget included a radical overhaul of City government that merged departments, streamlined processes, and was able to successfully close a $3 million deficit-

FINALLY 👏 SOME 👏 GOOD 👏 NEWS 👏 Plus the days are getting longer, spring starts this weekend, and @sonicdrivein is coming to Herald Square. What are you looking forward to??? Comment below! ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #whatisnewyork #subwaycreatures #nyc #humansofny #thisisnewyorkcity #gothamistpics #newyorkers #nycovid #nycovid19 #nycovidvacine #nyvacation #nycvaccation #covidcomorbidities #covidvacccine #nycovidvacine #nyvacation #nycvaccation #covidcomorbidities

Tonight's the night! Join us for an info session with @bbbsnyc to share how you can become a mentor for youth in nyc🗽⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The magic begins at 7 PM. RSVP with the link in bio 🔗⁠⠀ 🔗⁠⠀ -⁠⠀ If you have not received the zoom link slip into our DMs and we are happy to help! ⁠⠀ ⁠-⁠⠀ See you soon! ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ #local #community #allinnyc #volunteernyc #bronx #newyork #brooklyn #bronxnative #thebronxnative #thesouthbronx #bx #thebx #bronxpride #bronxstrong #bronxpower #bigbrothersbigsisters #mentor #volunteer #whatisnewyork

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