Wednesday, December 31
In This Week's Voice: The Year in Protests
"As we began to look back on 2014 for our last issue of this year, we found it awfully hard to see past the demonstrators. All of December has seemed like one long protest, with thousands clogging New York's streets (and bridges) night after night. Most came out to decry a grand jury decision that cleared an NYPD officer in the death of a man whose only crime appeared to be selling untaxed cigarettes. (Some came out to decry the protests.) The fate of 43-year-old Staten Island resident Eric Garner twinned to that of Michael Brown, a young man from a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. ... At least not right away. View this week's photo-essay feature story, The Year in Protests."
Voice: NYC Protests (Photo)