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From North Korea, With Dread

Worked as assistant editor. Published on Nov. 28, 2017
https://nyti.ms/2ieroO9

2017

Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’

Jockey Kendrick Carmouche has won more than 3,000 races in his career, but as one of the few African-American jockeys riding today, he is virtually unknown outside of hard-core racing fans. On Saturday, Justify is hoping to grab the Triple Crown with a win in the Belmont Stakes. Carmouche will compete in three undercard races before the big race, but his ultimate goal is getting a ride in the Stakes. Over a century ago, African-American jockeys were not only competing in Triple Crown races, but winning them. (Credit: Newsday)

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A homemade bomb caused an explosion in Chelsea, Manhattan in the evening on September 17, 2016. The bomb exploded in front of Selis Manor, a public housing for the blind. Sharon Joyner, a 30-year resident, was inside the building that night.

Self-assigned for Journalism School at Columbia University, September 2016.

Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017

From North Korea, With Dread

Worked as assistant editor. Published on Nov. 28, 2017
https://nyti.ms/2ieroO9

2017

Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’

Jockey Kendrick Carmouche has won more than 3,000 races in his career, but as one of the few African-American jockeys riding today, he is virtually unknown outside of hard-core racing fans. On Saturday, Justify is hoping to grab the Triple Crown with a win in the Belmont Stakes. Carmouche will compete in three undercard races before the big race, but his ultimate goal is getting a ride in the Stakes. Over a century ago, African-American jockeys were not only competing in Triple Crown races, but winning them. (Credit: Newsday)

Profile_Sharon

A homemade bomb caused an explosion in Chelsea, Manhattan in the evening on September 17, 2016. The bomb exploded in front of Selis Manor, a public housing for the blind. Sharon Joyner, a 30-year resident, was inside the building that night.

Self-assigned for Journalism School at Columbia University, September 2016.

Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017

From North Korea, With Dread
 2017
Journeyman jockey at Belmont pins hope on ‘good horse’
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Life in Times Square on New Year's Eve 2017