Black stars shine at the NAACP Awards.
Change was coming to America and the fault lines could no longer be ignored—cities were burning, Vietnam was exploding and disputes raged over equality and civil rights.
When attorney John P. Kellogg decided to write “Taking Care of Your Music Business,” it was his intention to take a very daunting subject matter and simplify it.
A grand jury is hearing evidence as part of federal civil rights investigation into the death of an unarmed black man who was placed in a chokehold by a white police officer, an official familiar with the investigation said Thursday.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is headed to New York City for the 19th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit, Feb. 16 through Feb. 18, at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel.
Although Barak Obama’s 2008 selection to the Oval Office propagandized many to believe he is this country’s first Black commander-in-chief, records reveal that at least six previous U.S. presidents are of African ancestry.
Fifty Harlem high schools students gathered at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine last week, where they viewed multiple medical procedures and gained hands-on experience through interactive displays at a fair designed to expose them to the world of science and medical careers.
Dr. Donna Williams of Morningside Dental Care in Harlem helped to launch the “Gum Disease Awareness” campaign in New York two years ago.
Women seem to worry about having small breasts and men are distressed when they have...
If William Alphaeus Hunton Jr. is an “Unsung Valiant,” as his wife, Dorothy, wrote in his biography, Hunton’s mother was an even more obscure personality, but one, like her son, worthy of consideration.
Brooklyn Borough President Eris Adams highlights the importance of advertising support for ethnic media.
As we begin celebrating the 90th anniversary of Black History Mont there are indications that it is needed now more than ever.
This time the polls were exactly right. Sen. Bernie Sanders took New Hampshire overwhelmingly and Donald Trump triumphed over his Republican rivals.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took a pause from campaigning Sunday, Feb. 7 to visit Flint, Mich.
Friday night, Feb. 12, Ramona Africa, the lone adult survivor of the May 13, 1985, bombing of the MOVE Organization, will host an event at the Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Educational Center in Manhattan.
Tuesday morning, at the Tweed Courthouse behind City Hall, New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina held a roundtable with members of community and ethnic media.
The New York State Department of Labor announced that an organization is looking for new workers.
Of all the hills for a New York City politician to possibly die on, one would think horse carriages in Central Park would be low on the list.
Earlier this week, officials from the City University of New York and District Council 37 asked Albany lawmakers to fully fund CUNY.
When Mayor de Blasio first introduced his ambitious affordable housing plan, the Community Service Society and other advocates for the poor voiced concerns about the plan’s income targeting.