Listen to our May Issue

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Elia Gran May 1, 2018

This month, Chris Stewart discusses Uzodinma Iweala’s portrayal of black queerness in his review of the novelist’s latest work, Speak no Evil. Erin Sheridan brings us the story of Puerto Rican families in New York City struggling to keep a roof over their heads six months after hurricanes Irma and Maria struck their island. And Lydia Mcmullan-Laird reports that ESL programs for immigrants in New York City will face budget cuts in order fund the subway.

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Photo (top): Indy reporter Erin Sheridan in the studio at 388 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn to read her article for Indy Audio. Credit: Elia Gran. 

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