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Rachel Stern


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Rachel Stern is a New York City-based freelance journalist who hails from San Francisco originally. She's written for several publications, including the San Francisco Bay Guardian, amNewYork, Chelsea Now and California magazine. She's widely covered environmental issues and local politics--and often an intersection of the two-- and written about topics ranging from urban wind turbines to the debate over psychologists participation in military detention center interrogations. For City Limits, she's reported on immigrants being questioned on their citizenship status by federal ICE agents in city jails such as Rikers. As of May 2010, she holds a masters degree in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and a bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies, with a policy concentration, from the University of California. She lives in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, and in her spare time enjoys kayaking, attempting to cook, and exploring new places by foot.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

Fights over congestion pricing and the city's sanitation strategy have receded from the headlines. But in North Brooklyn, worry is still in the air.



Immigrant advocates are trying to separate local police work from federal immigration enforcement.