Habitat for Humanity's Bed-Stuy Evictions, Lourdes Lopez and the Miami City Ballet, the Great American Essay

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As part of its mission statement, Habitat for Humanity New York City says it "transforms lives and communities by building quality, affordable homes with families in need."

ProPublica reporter Marcelo Rochabrun investigated how a $21 Million Habitat for Humanity project left Brooklyn tenants homeless. Former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Lourdes Lopez on her role as artistic director of the Miami City Ballet and their Lincoln Center debut. Essayist John D’Agata on "The Making of the American Essay," the third and final installment of his series, "A New History of the Essay." Understanding depression during pregnancy and why there has been an increase in awareness of mood disorders among pregnant women.