Last weekend a delegation of activists met with President Hage Gottfried Geingob of Namibia.
I had many elderly patients who, unfortunately, began to have fading minds and lived alone...
With the issue of domestic violence coming back to the forefront this decade and reaching crisis levels, activists and pundits felt it was high time to get together and create a plan to combat it.
HistoryMakers, the nation’s largest African-American video and oral history archive, is once again in New York City.
A couple of weeks ago, while doing research on Frank Petersen, the first African-American Marine pilot, Jesse Brown was mentioned because it was his heroic combat in the air that inspired Petersen.
Pope Francis quoted Martin Luther King Jr. in both of his major speeches in Washington during his first trip to America.
On a park bench outside a Manhattan housing project, Jenny Ortiz, 65, remembered the day she and several parishioners were led out of Our Lady Queen of Angels Church in handcuffs.
Last week Hispanic Heritage Month began.
The United Federation of Teachers and the New York State Union of Teachers pushed hard for what they felt were “fairer” evaluations.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced a new education agenda at a speech in the Bronx last week.
Thousands came out for what is dubbed the “Largest Black Parade in America,” the 46th annual African-American Day Parade Sunday in Harlem.
Harlem resident Chantel Carter knows the setbacks, hard work and dedication it takes having a child with special needs.
The latest on Mumia's health
A major speech by President Barack Obama can be wide-ranging, touching on a shopping list of topics, or it can be precisely tailored to a single issue.
Mayor Bill de Blasio recently announced a multi-agency strategy to reduce demand and supply for synthetic cannabinoids, often sold under the brand name K2, among others.