Assemblyman Charles Barron and City Council Member Inez Barron are hosting a reparations rally and press conference at the African Burial Ground (290 Broadway at Duane Street) at 12 p.m. on Thursday, July 12.
Franklin Ave. and President St. subway stations in Brooklyn renamed in honor of Medgar Evers College
The Franklin Ave. and President St. Stations in Brooklyn are being formally renamed after Medgar Evers College.
Dr. Vanessa Dabel has worked as a staff psychologist and outreach coordinator at Barnard College for almost two years.
The MTA will be reopening their fare boxes on buses again in August.
New York City jails have been ordered to stop the use of punitive segregation for people with underlying medical conditions, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Board of Correction Chair Jennifer Jones Austin announced Monday.
Black-owned businesses across New York City have been suffering through a trifecta of pain.
A draft report from New York City’s Department of Health found the city under-reported the number of civilians who died in police interactions for years.
New York City is currently on track to enter Phase 3 as early as July 6, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.
Another day, another story of police violence.
This month there have been more than 13,000 complaints about these illegal fireworks compared to a total of 32 complaints this time last year.
Carel Mukongo is the CEO of Mukongo Inc. and is well-known for his investing and financial literacy mentor sessions.
NYC Parks workers could be seen power washing walls, painting benches in the Pan African colors of red, black and green, and planting rows of new trees along the newly established “Juneteenth Grove” at Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Park this past ...
Dozens of artists finished the Black Lives Matter mural on Harriet Ross Tubman Avenue/Fulton Street in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn.
On Friday, June 19th, Harlemites held its 27th annual Juneteenth Celebration/Walk to Make Juneteenth a State Holiday.
After years of secrecy, a leak and a recent change in state law, New York City’s police watchdog on Monday disclosed the complaint history for the police officer fired for the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner.