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Jeremiah Moss, the author of Feral New York, talks with THE CITY’s Alyssa Katz about the “tremendous community connection and and oftentimes joyfulness in a moment of tremendous trauma and tragedy” for the people out in the streets amid the city’s shutdown and reopening.  

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