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Arturo Conde


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Arturo Conde is a bilingual journalist in English and Spanish. He is the editor of About.com en Español, and the former director of NACLA – North American Congress on Latin America. His articles have appeared in Fusion, a joint ABC News – Univision News venture; Univision Noticias; La Opinión A Coruña newspaper; and other publications.

Email: editor@citylimits.org

Articles, Investigations and Blogs

Many of New York's immigrants will be voting Tuesday. Others can only watch. But almost all are mindful, advocates say, of how important local policy is to their future in this city.



Many in the Occupy Wall Street movement frame their advocacy in religious terms. For one Brooklyn clergyman, that means tension with some churches, and challenges for his own congregation.



The soft labor market is a challenge for all job seekers. But young people who have trained for artistic careers—who help make New York a cultural capital—face unique obstacles. Do they also possess special tools to survive?



Activists in New York are playing a role in the democratic surge sweeping the Middle East. While technology's part of the story, local advocates say, human networks are what really matters.