A Penns Grove, N.J., police officer accused of exposing himself to two Black children at a restaurant last year was found not guilty by a judge.
Politicians from both sides claimed bipartisanship after passing a spending bill, but immigrants are wondering who’s looking out for them.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson wrapped the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund’s 21st annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit.
Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, was the 19th anniversary of the day Amadou Diallo was killed by NYPD cops Kenneth Boss, Edward McMellon, Sean Carroll and Richard Murphy in the Bronx.
In 1992, John (not his real name) and his friends were stopped by police while riding around in a car.
A Bus Rapid Transit Planning International report, commissioned by Transportation Alternatives, concluded that the MTA and City Hall’s contingency plan for the L-train shutdown doesn’t suffice.
“I love who I’ve been and I love who I’m going to be,” said Lakeisha Johnson.
Artist, activist and scholar Joyous Pierce serves as administrative director of programs for the Harlem Arts Alliance.
ProudAfricans, a coalition of African, Caribbean and African-American activists and human rights and professional organizations, is hosting a protest rally outside the United Nations Organization at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza park on Feb. 15 to denounce the recent anti-Africa racist comments ...
Various grassroots activists will pay homage to this country’s forgotten segment of society and their families with the 22nd annual Freedom Fighters Dinner Tribute.
E-commerce giant Amazon recently announced that Newark is on its list of 20 cities where the company wants to build its second headquarters.
“If you wish to move mountains tomorrow, you must start by lifting stones today.” Surely, astute historian Arthur Alphonso Schomburg must’ve had this African proverb in mind as he globetrotted, amassing millions of artifacts from throughout the Diaspora during the ...
As a symbol of hope, strength and resilience to so many, Harriet Tubman would be an ideal spearhead for a united Women’s March.
The New York Urban League is celebrating its 15th Anniversary Champions of Diversity Awards Breakfast at The Plaza Feb. 12.
Assemblyman Walter Mosley is holding a “Love Yourself” DACA and civil rights town hall Thursday, Jan. 25, at the Brooklyn Public Library Dweck Center.