Gay NYC Artist Attacked on Subway Platform, Community Steps Up to Offer Help

Gay NYC Artist Attacked on Subway Platform, Community Steps Up to Offer Help

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Jeremy Sorese is a New York City-based cartoonist and writer who works as an illustrator for The New York Times among other big-name clients. On the morning of Thursday, Aug. 1, he was the victim of a heinous crime that is considered by many big-city dwellers to be a “worst nightmare” scenario, a subway attack.

While Sorese was waiting to board the F train at the Broadway-Lafayette station in Manhattan, he was attacked and thrown onto the subway tracks. He suffered a broken hip in addition to other injuries and is currently in the hospital undergoing treatment.

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