Local activists have scheduled a free-of-charge open-house conference this Saturday, Feb. 18, at All Souls Unitarian Church “Reidy Hall”
In the spirit of Black History Month, African-Americans are acknowledging their great leaders who paved the way to where they are now.
AT&T workers aren’t backing down from their desire to have their company end outsourcing and offshoring.
Bridgeton, N.J., is dealing with yet another fatal police shooting of a Black man, and activists, and the community are demanding answers.
During Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recent State of the City Address, he only mentioned the word “homeless” twice, referring to the nearly 65,000 New Yorkers who are staying in shelters.
The Trump administration stumbled badly Monday evening when Mike Flynn, the national security adviser, tendered his resignation.
With all the current turmoil surrounding immigration, The Office for Creative Research did something a little different for Valentine’s Day.
Patricia Gatling, former NYC human rights commissioner and first assistant district attorney in Brooklyn, today received the endorsement of former NYC Mayor David N. Dinkins for Brooklyn district attorney.
The Greater New York Chamber of Commerce hosted its Black History Month Awards breakfast Friday, Feb. 10, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.
The For the Love of Our Children Gala held in honor of Susan L. Taylor’s National CARES Mentoring Movement was recently held at Cipriani 42nd Street, hosted by Tamron Hall and Michael Eric Dyson.
LinkNYC is collaborating with Silicon Harlem to celebrate the contributions of legendary African-Americans on Link kiosks across New York City during Black History Month.
A little over a month ago, Harlem native George Suttles joined The John A. Hartford Foundation as a new program office.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson kicked off his Rainbow PUSH Coalition’s 20th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit on Wednesday at the Grand Hyatt New York. The three-day event goes through Friday.
Mayor Lester Taylor recently announced his intention not to run for re-election and to step down at the end of his four-year term.
Wednesday the City of Trenton raised the red, black and green African liberation flag, in honor of the historical achievements and sacrifices of Black people locally and throughout the world.