New York Attorney General Letitia James, as part of a coalition of 22 attorneys general, has taken legal action to stop the Trump administration’s unlawful attempts to limit immigrants from accessing the nation’s asylum process.
As the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) claims it needs at least $1.2 billion in taxpayer funding to avoid furloughing about 70% of its workforce
Guyana’s Elections Commission (Gecom) declared on Sunday, Aug. 2 the Indo-dominated People’s Progressive Party (PPP) the winner of Guyana’s highly disputed general elections
I have always believed that bureaucrats working on behalf of the American people should be visibly politically neutral
New York City Council Members Diana Ayala and Francisco Moya have introduced legislation that would provide city homeless shelter security officers with more training and better wages and benefits for security officers working at privately-run shelters under contract with City Hall.
The past few weeks we have seen some quite troubling visuals of secret police descending on cities across the country.
Professional sports teams have their own version of cancel culture. It’s trading a player who’s been deemed disgruntled, one who they feel is a detriment to the character of their team.
It’s the all familiar story that Black New Yorkers have had to deal with for decades: not being able to hail a taxi.
Analytics and advisory company Gallup, best known for its polling, recently launched its Center for Black Voices with the goal of having an ongoing study of Black life.
For 61 years, The Public Theater has presented FREE Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park.
In order to discuss New York’s current response to the 2020 Census, the Association for a Better New York (ABNY) hosted a Census press briefing last Thursday via Zoom.
It wasn’t even a month old and those in uniform had begun to push back.
On August 3, 2020, Harlem Academy broke ground at 655 St. Nicholas Avenue, site of its permanent home.
PROTECT OUR CHILDREN: Facebook shareholders urge companies joining 'Stop Hate for Profit' campaign to expand focus on online child sexual abuse
In this new normal as everyone adapts to living in this COVID-19 era, where folks have been largely staying home, online activity on all levels is on the rise.
The Census Caravan, 50+ cars deep, traveled through the neighborhoods in Central Harlem which has had the lowest Census response rates.
Grand Champ DMX vs The Doggfather Snoop Dogg!!! Two of the voices that shaped the hip hop of the ’90s got together, and the numbers for the most recent Verzuz matchup are in.
Police reform legislation has been passed in a number of states, but none get to the heart of the issue.
As scientists race to find a vaccine for COVID-19, the world continues to live in limbo. Now that it has been nearly half a year, the world seems to be adjusting to the daily cautions and the news of spikes of the virus after cities began to slowly open again.
POV’s “And She Could Be Next” directed by Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia is one of the best miniseries about politicians, race and change that I’ve ever seen.
Rome Neal’s Banana Puddin’ Jazz Jam will celebrate its 17th anniversary on Aug. 9.