“We will make it a real ‘Black Friday,’” warned Minister Louis Farrakhan, “because there won’t be a Black person in sight.”
The Children of Slaves and Patriots committee is hosting daily rallies in front of the Slave Theater.
The youths of Muhammad Mosque #7 hosted a Justice or Else: 10,000 fearless open house Saturday Nov. 21 at MIST Harlem.
Tasha Hayes-Smith, an East Orange firefighter since August of 1993, becomes the first female promoted to captain in the department’s history.
Nestled in a recently renovated East Harlem building, Ali Abdullah runs around his office in preparation for our interview.
Over 400 people gathered at the historic Schomburg Museum, located in Harlem, N.Y., for a celebration of womanhood.
Interfaith Medical Center gives Thanksgiving to community residents and some community groups.
If you’re Black, you’re not allowed to have a developmental or mental disorder.
A special holiday offer from the Amsterdam News.
Officials at New York University (NYU) are condemning a group created on Facebook called "Union of White NYU Students."
On Friday, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer hosted a community vigil and moment of silence for the victims of recent Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria
November 20 marks one year since the police shooting death of Akai Gurley.
Better scratch "hoverboards" off your wish list this year if you live in New York City.
Veterans Day 2015 had a special meaning for the war veterans and supporters who gathered at the site of the new memorial for Cpl. Lawrence Thompson, the first Black soldier to die during the Vietnam War.
The Friendly 50 Club held their annual scholarship dinner dance at the Alhambra Ballroom in Harlem.