Saturday, March 3, the December 12th Movement International Secretariat held a historic, citywide tribunal/hearing on “We Ain’t Going Nowhere! The Ethnic Cleansing of the Black Community.”
The annual Children’s Defense Fund New York Gala took place Feb. 27 at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.
The National Park Service has awarded more than $500,000 to the City of Paterson through the African-American Civil Rights Grant Program.
Sandra Johnson has been a resident of 14 E. 125 St. for more than 35 years and is still at war with her landlord. In a textbook case of gentrification, she is one of two residents still living with heinous ...
The World Economic Forum defines the “retirement crisis” as the gap between what working households need and what they have.
Richard Carranza officially takes over as schools chancellor in a few weeks, but he will inherit the anger parents and teachers have directed at the Department of Education. What for? The closing and/or merging of more than a dozen schools.
In a shocking expose, BuzzFeed gained access hundreds of pages of internal documents that revealed more than 300 staffers of the New York Police Department lied, cheated, stole or even assaulted people while on the job.
Tina Lee Jones calls herself a “GOAL Digger” and wants other women to join her movement.
The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice wants New Jersey to build a prison-to-school pipeline by closing the only girls’ youth prison and rebuilding the Bordentown School.
More than 1,000 young men in Newark recently attended the Pathways to Success: Boys and Young Men of Color Opportunity Summit at the Prudential Center.
Many gathered at noon for a series of brief tributes and a laying of a wreath at the statue of Frederick Douglass at Manhattan’s Frederick Douglass Circle.
Youth across the city can apply for a spot in the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program.
In honor of Black History Month, Mayor Bill de Blasio proclaimed Feb. 23 as “Loretta Lynch Day,” honoring the former U.S. attorney general who was the first Black women confirmed to the position.
With the economically disadvantaged being priced out of Manhattan, Inwood residents are fighting to hold on to the place they’ve called home.
Nearly 100,000 people in New Jersey could regain the right to vote if legislation designed to give prisoners, people on probation and individuals on parole the right to vote passes.