Author Archives: Emily Deluca

About Emily Deluca

Emily DeLuca is a passionate video journalist who wants to produce high quality, balanced documentaries that expose social injustice and tell incredible and inspiring stories about the human condition.

Coinbase leads the way for Crypto Alley in Union Square

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Has the time finally come for large corporations to invest in Bitcoin and  cryptocurrency? That is the agenda of the San Francisco based company Coinbase who recently opened office space in Union Square on Thursday, September 13th.

Nevertheless We Vote

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Marching hand-in-hand women came together in solidarity in Washington Square Park on November 3rd 2018 to showcase their feminist artwork and encourage participation in the upcoming Midterm elections. They marched with pride from Washington Square Park to the Nancy Hoffman Gallery where the parades organizer Michele Pred had a feminist art exhibit on showcase. They gathered and celebrated the rising number of women running for office in the predicted year of the woman, attributing their parade with the hashtag #neverthelesswevote.

Marlboro Meets Juul: The Millennial Black Market for E-cigarettes

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If and when federal regulations are put into place for e-cigarettes, users believe that the popularity of JUUL and other vaping devices is already so powerful, both socially and physiologically, that any aggressive attempt to deflate the trend will cause a generation of technologically savvy teenagers to turn to the internet and create a surging and potentially dangerous black market.

Street Artists Work Together with Commercial Development to preserve Harlem’s Culture

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Legendary mural artist Louis Delsarte and local Harlem nonprofit Creative Art Works work together with commercial development projects to have an open conversation about preserving Harlem’s culture and history.