Every new year starts with hope. The measure of where we are as a city is whether the year ends with it.

After a year like 2020 — not that there’s been another like this — we’re left with no choice but to look ahead even as we grapple with unprecedented losses, reckonings and dire challenges.

Here are some images from a year that will forever link us as New Yorkers — offering glimpses into a city once again surviving by forging connections even amid heartbreak and isolation.

Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY Hundreds of Bellevue healthcare workers held a rally outside the hospital in solidarity with people protesting the death of George Floyd, June 4, 2020. Every new year starts with hope. The measure of where we are as a city is whether the year ends with it. […]

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