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Africa comes to life at Calabar Imports

Designer Atim Oton spreads her influence not only in Crown Heights but also in the world at large with her innovative designs.

A rap to the bladder

Just below your navel is the area where the bladder lies.

Celebrating math genius Dr. Abdulalim Shabazz

Two mathematic scholars, Dr. Munaj A. Rachman and Asantewa McIntosh Dawson, painted a vivid picture of the life, work and accomplishments of the late math genius, Dr. Abdulalim Shabazz.

This Week in Black History (Oct 2 - Oct 8)

Remembering Black history every week.

Judge Constance Baker Motley: Trailblazer in court and civil rights

We are reminded of Judge Constance Baker Motley because Sept. 28, 2005, she made her transition to that court in the great beyond, where it can be safely assumed she administered her duties with the same sense of fairness and ...

New Jersey mayors address foreclosure problems

As the national economy continues to rebuild in the wake of the Great Recession, foreclosures have steadily declined in most housing markets.

Gun violence continues to plague Newark

Earlier this year, the New Jersey State Police and local authorities announced an anti-violence partnership, including increased patrols in response to the escalating violence in Newark and neighboring cities.

Obama’s Rubik’s Cube

President Barack Obama’s overrating of security forces in Iraq and underestimating the conflict in Syria would appear a recipe for disaster, and this is just the half of the problems piling up on his plate, leaving him with a veritable ...

It’s official: AG Eric Holder announces his resignation

Earlier this year, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. had intimated his intended departure as the head of the Department of Justice, and last Thursday afternoon he made it official.

Remembering Herman Ferguson

Herman Ferguson was never a braggadocio. But Thursday, Sept. 25—when the 93-year-old lifelong international activist made his transition—there was not one, but two rainbows in the sky over Brooklyn.

Sharpton hosts education summit

The Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network hosted its Education Summit 2014 at New York University this week, sparking the conversation on the education gap in America.

De Blasio to raise living wage

The cheers of thousands of minimum wage workers could be heard as Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order enacting a sweeping expansion of New York City’s Fair Wages for New Yorkers Act.

NAN hosts Town Hall on Domestic Violence

The National Action Network will hosts a town hall discussion on the topic of domestic violence.

Baba Herman Ferguson makes his transition

Herman Ferguson was never a braggadocios man. But on Thursday Sept 25, 2014 – when the 93-year-old lifelong international activist made his transition, there was not one – but two rainbows in the sky over Brooklyn.

Fuel for school daze

School bells are ringing and children will be doing more than singing. Studies show that many will have difficulty with concentration and memory and display many other anti-learning characteristics. Dr. Gerald Deas reports on this deficiency.