Queen Latifah and Anita Hill are serving as the commencement speakers for Rutgers University.
The mayor, the police commissioner, the district attorney, the MTA chairman and straphangers have brought the debate over fare evasion to the forefront again.
Chocolates, teddy bears and faux roses stack the shelves in late January as we prepare for the ultimate celebration of love on February 14th also known as Valentine's Day.
One day after a rally was held outside Middle School 224 in the Bronx calling for more Black History lessons, students and a teacher say the principal confiscated Black History projects from them Tuesday afternoon.
Spectrum News NY1 anchor Cheryl Will's pursuit of history has a personal edge that few Black Americans possess, and she has dutifully imparted some of it in two of her books, “Die Free” and “The Emancipation of Grandpa Sandy Wills.”
Singing and chanting in English and Spanish, dozens of heavy-coated and woolly hat-wearing parents and activists stormed the doors at City Hall Tuesday, Feb. 6, asking Mayor Bill de Blasio, “Which side are you on?” They emphasized the need for ...
The daughter of Malcolm X, Ilyasah Shabazz, and Rev. Al Sharpton are helping a Black student who was denied the opportunity to honor Malcolm X.
Black Lives Matter in School Week is a movement that started in Seattle in 2016 when teachers wore Black Lives Matter t-shirts to school to show solidarity.
In his recently published “Black Fortunes,” Shomari Wills, as the subtitle relates, chronicles the lives of the first six African-Americans who escaped slavery and became millionaires
Newark Public Schools is back under the control of the city, ending nearly 25 years of state control.
A survey by a teachers’ union and an organization devoted to empowering teachers concludes that teachers are pressured by administrators to make their schools look good.
A Bronx middle school teacher is being investigated after allegedly stepping on black students during a lesson about slavery in her social studies class.
Nearly half of New York City public school cafeterias have been slapped with serious health code violations, including rodents and insects, according to a new report.
We end Black History Month with a look at the man who started it all...
A crowd of 62,000 fans, students and alumni took part in the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase (HBOB) on Saturday, where they performances by eight of the nation's top HBCU marching bands.