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New York City, Stressed Out

As New Yorkers across the city react to Jordan Neely’s killing — with vigils and protests — FAQ NYC co-hosts Christina Greer and Katie Honan discuss the NYPD and Mayor Eric Adams’ response.

NYPD officers surround a police a van holding protesters arrested at a Jordan Neely vigil at the Broadway-Lafayette station, May 8, 2023.

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Last week, Jordan Neely, who was homeless, was killed by a chokehold from Daniel Penny on an uptown F train. Hosts Christina Greer and Katie Honan discuss the city’s response to the killing amidst continued challenges of being a New Yorker, with questions over the NYPD and Mayor Eric Adams’ response, mental health resources, affordable housing and public safety. 

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