Anjali Tsui

Advocates credit reporting from THE CITY’s MISSING THEM project and its partners for laying the groundwork for the legislation.
THE CITY’s crowdsourced COVID-19 memorial will close to new entries at the end of this month, but our commitment to reporting on the pandemic’s effects will continue.
Join THE CITY at Brooklyn Public Library’s Spring Creek branch this Thursday, Oct. 27, to share your reflections about the pandemic
Join THE CITY’s memorial project, MISSING THEM, for conversation at a community fair on 123rd Street in Harlem this Sunday, Oct. 2.
Join THE CITY’s Missing Them project for a conversation in Elmhurst, Queens with free food and PPE from local nonprofit Woodside on the Move.
Workers at state-run Queens home demand justice for fallen veterans with an act of defiance, honor and remembrance ahead of Memorial Day.
In life, a park was named after Alpha Crawford. In death, the 97-year-old resident of a hard-hit NYC nursing home nearly ended up in a potter’s field.
Fewer than 5% of city residents felled by coronavirus have been publicly memorialized via obituaries or news accounts. Work with us to change that.