Bronx resident Gloria Rowe recently celebrated her 101st birthday at JASA’s Einstein Senior Center in Co-Op City during the center’s Black History Month celebration.
On Feb. 21, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao, former ambassador of the AU to the United States, returned to Harlem to voice her support for the campaign to lift the illegal U.S. sanctions on Zimbabwe.
Throughout the streets of East New York there are many homeless people, adults with high obesity levels, and African American-owned businesses that do not have the support of Black people.
In an effort to save money and help the environment, the state of New York will be banning plastic bags from stores starting March 1.
Beginning Friday, March 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. State Sen. James Sanders’ District Office (142-01 Rockaway Boulevard, South Ozone Park) will offer free tax preparation and filing for individuals and families earning less than $50,000.
Changes to the new "public charge" rule went into effect Monday, and it’s leading some immigrants to make drastic moves.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer brought dozens of Black stakeholders to his office, last Thursday, Feb. 13, to unveil his latest minority- and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs) report.
Traditionally Black History Month has honored our great leaders of the past.
Adrienne Whaley inhales creativity and exhales initiative. As a creative, Whaley knows that there is no one form of expression.
A fire tore through an Elizabeth, New Jersey church overnight into Sunday morning, according to officials.
From a humble background and influenced by his father’s philosophy patterned after FDR’s New Deal, Major Robert Odell Owen knew there was a larger world offering many opportunities.
On Thursday, February 6, 2020, Brooklyn activist Stefani Zinerman announced her candidacy for the 56th Assembly District at the Historical Weeksville Heritage Center.
In a neat East Harlem office, decorated with accolades, photos, and props, sit Yolanda Brooks and John Ruiz. The two are a couple that is spearheading Black empowerment and education through the arts.
To kick off Black History Month at Evander Childs Educational Campus, Council Member Andy King hosted his annual “Celebrating Our History" event with The Bronx Youth Empowerment Program.
The sky is not the limit for 16-year-old Myah Mitchell. Her aspirations are out of this world and she is determined to make her goals of becoming an astronaut a reality.