The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project retraces the steps of the city’s gay influencers, literally. The project is part geographic archive, part campaign to nominate sites to the National Register of Historic Places. The honorary federal list includes more than 90,000 sites. Yet LGBT representation is largely missing. Their next nomination has roots at Columbia University. Heather Schroering reports.
Americans without any organized religion are called ‘nones’ – but not the Catholic kind. They’re called ‘nones’ because they mark ‘none’ when asked which religion they belong to. A Pew Center study shows that Asian Americans are becoming ‘nones’ – faster than any other racial or ethnic group.
Commentator Charlotte Gibson went on her first camping trip last summer. She learned that camping can present more challenges than just using an outdoor bathroom and sleeping in a tent.
United States and Cuban officials talk to normalize diplomatic relations. Cubans in New York are hopeful removing Cuba from U.S. terrorist list are key to reestablishing a relationship.