The National Family Engagement Summit of 2018 was held in Richmond, Va. Throughout the summit, multiple opportunities were provided for attendees to interact with some of the nation’s leading experts in parent and family engagement.
Bullying in New York City schools is at an all-time high. That and other alarming statistics were released Monday in a report by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.
Thirty-one African Americans who were arrested and charged for small-scale marijuana sales have been discharged and 16 more are awaiting dismissal.
Kwame Kilpatrick, the former mayor of Detroit who was sentenced to 28 years in federal prison, wants President Trump to commute his sentence. In a long Facebook post, he enumerated the reasons why he feels he should be pardoned.
Dozens of fathers in the Bronx were treated to a special brunch on Father's Day at Ultimate Grille in Baychester by Neva Shillingford-King, wife of Councilman Andy King and Cynthia Richardson, President of the tenant's association at the Surrey Coop.
The Queen B has done it again.
A Black woman and her 5-year-old daughter were harassed by a white man on Monday, June 11, questioning their hygiene while they were on vacation in Pasadena, California, as shown in a video posted online.
After a warm celebration of Mother's Day, the dads all over the world may start to become haywire as the Father's Day is not so far away.
Dante de Blasio, the Black son of NYC son of Mayor de Blasio wrote an op/ed piece about the toxic and racist environment of the elite Brooklyn Technical High School he graduated from.
This past weekend the Brooklyn community came out to celebrate 108 years of the historic Friendship Baptist Church.
CUNYMatters, The City University of New York’s news publication, recognized more than three dozen of their students who won some of the nation’s most illustrious awards this academic year.
In the world of jazz, harpist Dorothy Ashby had a unique and singular presence.
Nothing is as clear a predictor of the trajectory of a society as technology.
Following their very successful Bury the Superwoman and Raise the Queen event in March, the New American Chamber of Commerce is having its annual International & Multicultural Business, Homebuyers and Health Expo Thursday, June 21, 2018, at the Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel (228 Duffield St., Downtown Brooklyn).
Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American principal ballerina in its 75-year history, is featured in practically every ballet performed during the company’s current season (now through July 7).
“We just get enough to feed ourselves, and then there’s possibly a week where we go without food,” said Brenda, a Brooklyn single, senior grandmother of two.
A letter sent to President Donald Trump, signed by 113 unions and activist groups, called on him to end his current immigration practices that separate families at the border.
The first projections after President Donald Trump signed the GOP-sponsored $1.5 trillion tax cut spell doom for Social Security and Medicare, according to the Treasury Department.
One of the Garden State’s oldest Black churches was heavily damaged in a fire last weekend, according to reports.
New Jersey GOP House candidate Seth Grossman is receiving backlash from the NAACP for comments he made on diversity during a campaign forum in April.