This month the Village of Harlem will pay tribute to the significant lifework of the late Basil A. Paterson.
Eboni K. Williams, current co-host of REVOLT TV’s “State of the Culture,” teamed up with the not-for-profit organization, Dress For Success and their Going Places Network to discuss the meaning behind “Pretty Powerful.”
Great-great-great grandbabies laughed happily in the arms of Hyacinth Bourne who celebrated her 103rd birthday on Monday, Nov. 18.
As the biopic “Harriet” continues to blaze the box office, reports indicate that the museum honoring the abolitionist and political activist is set to open in the South Jersey city of Cape May in June 19, 2020.
New Jersey was the last state in the U.S. north to abolish slavery in 1804; however, many slaves were held in bondage until the Emancipation Proclamation in 1865.
First Lady Chirlane McCray and city officials recently hosted the 2019 Cities Thrive Conference, a two-day convening of leaders from across the country focused on building a national movement for mental health reform
During a brief visit last week, the oldest son of civil rights activists Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King navigated throughout Harlem and walked these streets in anonymity while making his rounds to various locations.
Environmental justice advocates and tenant advocates want the city to enforce Local Law 1 better.
On Friday, Nov. 15, 2019 Martin Luther King III and his wife Arndrea Waters King came to Harlem New York to be interviewed for the highly anticipated documentary, “When Harlem Saved A King.”
A capacity sized crowd was on hand at the Paradise Catering Hall to celebrate the 35 individuals and one organization which were recognized at the 6th Caribbean Life Impact Awards, hosted by Ruschell Boone of NY1.
One in 8 New Yorkers are unable to afford an adequate amount of food. That translates in more than one million city residents who are "food insecure."
Non-profit organization fighting against domestic violence, WARM (WE ALL REALLY MATTER), hosted its ninth annual domestic violence forum at the Salem United Methodist Church.
Benven “Monty” Sheppard is bringing joy and care to New York City’s Sony Hall as the hospitality liaison.
According to officials, nearly 900,000 New Jersey residents are food insecure, meaning they lack regular access to enough affordable food including more than 260,000 children and 200,000 older residents.
Downtown Brooklyn was the location for the Signature Kente Fest Brunch and Akwaaba Reception & Networking co-sponsored by Jerry Kobe Adinkra, host of the “Good Morning Diaspora Radio Show,” and the Chamber Coalition.