New York bodegas unite to bankrupt the New York Post


Bodegas have been a part of the New York City landscape for decades. But more than being a 24/7 source of everything imaginable, bodegas all over New York have recently started to play a more active role in their communities. One of their common goals is an ambitious one: to boycott the New York Post, one of the oldest tabloid newspapers in the country. To this end, bodega owners across the city have dropped the New York Post from newsstands over a provocative front page they fear could incite violence against Muslims.