David N. Dinkins, the first Black mayor of New York City, dead at 93
Biden Picks Linda Thomas-Greenfield for U.N. Ambassador
C. Zawadi Morris saw the instant response citizens had about coronavirus, she noticed the news did not cover their experiences.
Asked to name a Black woman poet from Chicago, Gwendolyn Brooks is the usual response.
Frontline airport workers and elected officials took to LaGuardia Airport on Tuesday, Nov. 17, pushing for New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo to do right by them.
In 2009 Kya Johnson sat alongside her sister, cozied up in a packed North Carolina movie theater.
Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, local elected officials teamed up to distribute 700 turkeys, holiday side dishes and PPE for Bronx neighbors and the community at large.
Black Virtual Career Fair is hosting its GENERAL + TECH winter virtual career fair, matching Black professionals with career opportunities on Dec. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Amid a growing spike in new COVID-19 cases, advocacy groups representing low-income New Yorkers are calling on Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie to hold an emergency session of the state legislature to enact a COVID-19 ...
The 2016 police shooting death of Black 66-year-old Deborah Danner, who was schizophrenic, rang the alarm on how the NYPD handles people with mental illness.
November 15-22 is National Homeless and Hunger Awareness Week and as COVID-19 continues to impact the economy, more people are finding themselves homeless and/or without food while those already destitute prior to the pandemic are worse off.
“Harlem is…Healing,” an effort by Community Works/New Heritage Theatre Group to celebrate individuals and agencies, is expanding its campaign to celebrate those working to bring healing to a community affected by the pandemic and by issues of policing and calls ...
There were no events on Trump’s schedule for Tuesday, Nov. 17, but his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is seeking to join the team to stop Pennsylvania from certifying a projected victory of Joe Biden. His request comes in the wake ...
During a recent CBS “60 Minutes” interview former U.S. President Barack Obama stated that many of his successor’s activities while in the Oval Office, including his recent unsubstantiated claims of election fraud, are “delegitimizing” democracy.
Between the coronavirus panic and the rise in white supremacist violence and threats, “We are in dire straits,” said Alton Edwards, the International Preparedness Network executive director, as he urged that the community beware complacency. “Not just the COVID—I mean ...