Clarisa Diaz

WNYC Data News

Clarisa Diaz is the interaction and graphic designer for WNYC's Data News & Journalism team.  You can see more of her work at www.clarisadiaz.com.

Clarisa Diaz appears in the following:

Website Gives Misleading Numbers On Puerto Rico Recovery (en Español)

Friday, November 10, 2017

WNYC spoke to Puerto Rican government officials to clear up some of the confusing information on the status.pr website. (Artículo también en Español)

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The Day After Attack, Questions Surface About Surveillance, Bike Safety

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

WNYC reporters on questions that have arisen about Seyfullo Saipov's use of surveillance and how bicycle lane safety measures may have prevented the deaths.

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Before the Storm

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Local communities are designing new responses to prepare for extreme weather.

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The NYPD's Growing DNA Database Raises Concern

Monday, September 25, 2017

With little oversight or regulation, the NYPD and the medical examiner's office have been quietly amassing genetic material from thousands of New Yorkers for years.

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Brooklyn DA's Pledge to Reduce Marijuana Prosecutions Makes Little Difference

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Three years ago, the Brooklyn District Attorney announced he would no longer prosecute as many people for marijuana possession. But WNYC found the impact wasn’t as big as expected.

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Our Voter Guide for the 2017 Primary

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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Primary elections for mayor, Brooklyn District Attorney, City Council members and more are today. Learn about the races in your district and where to go to vote.

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Do You Have a Confidential News Tip?

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The WNYC Newsroom wants to hear from you. You can connect securely with our editors and reporters. Here's how.

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MS-13 Gang Crackdown Relies on 'Questionable' Evidence From Schools

Monday, August 07, 2017

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WNYC has documents showing how police build cases against suspected gang members based on information they could only find inside the schools — and some of it is supposed to be private.

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This Might Challenge What You Think About Medicaid

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Next week, the Senate will be back to consider health reform, including cuts to the Medicaid program. So we decided to take a deeper look at just who benefits from government healthcare.

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Voting Block: New Jersey Neighbors Dare to Talk Politics

Monday, June 12, 2017

It's become increasingly difficult to have political conversations with those who disagree. But we are asking one very diverse neighborhood to try.

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Missing: New York Immigration Judges

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

As part of a crackdown on illegal immigration, the Trump Administration is assigning judges from the nation's busiest immigration court to the border where some say they're not needed.

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Voter Guide: Who's Running To Succeed Gov. Chris Christie

Friday, May 26, 2017

Time to vote, New Jersey! You can choose a candidate for governor in the primary on June 6. WNYC and NJ Spotlight break down where the candidates stand on key issues.

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Styrofoam Ban Surfaces in NYC Council. Again

Thursday, May 11, 2017

The city is trying again, after restaurant and pro-polystyrene industry groups fought back against a ban, and won.

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Allergic to Salad: Learning to Cook Healthy Food

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

To get kids to eat vegetables, one New Yorker is partnering with restaurants to host cooking classes for kids. This story is part of our "Design by Community" series. 

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Participatory Budgeting: The People’s Budget

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Residents on Staten Island's North Shore voted on how to spend one million dollars in their community. Winning projects will be announced Wednesday. 

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NYC’s First Community Garden

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Our "Design by Community" series continues with a look at the history and current challenges of New York City's first community garden.

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Caracol Interpreters Cooperative: Bridging Language Barriers

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

This worker-owned business that provides Spanish/English services is a model for interpreter organizations across the city.

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Residents Push MTA for Upgrades at Fourth Avenue Station

Monday, April 24, 2017

Through setting up a fantasy subway station, residents gathered ideas and pressured the MTA to make upgrades quicker.

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How Donald Trump Could Weed Out Your Community Garden

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Trump's budget calls for eliminating all federal block grants; NYC's Parks Department receives $4,500,000 a year from those grants.

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Where Members of Congress Stood on the Republican Health Care Bill

Friday, March 10, 2017

NPR, WNYC and dozens of other member stations tracked where lawmakers around the country stood on the controversial bill.

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