E'Dena Hines, the step-grandaughter of actor Morgan Freeman, was stabbed to death early Sunday, allegedly by her boyfriend.
Monday Aug. 17 is the 128th anniversary of the physical birth of pan-African icon Marcus Mosiah Garvey, and to commemorate that occasion the 75th annual Black Power March departs at from the park in Central Harlem that bears his name.
The New York City Department of Probation convened a daylong town hall event, the One Message Many Voices #BeAboutIt, Youth Anti-Violence Summit, Wednesday, Aug. 12 to discuss anti-violence issues with borough youth.
Saturday, July 8, the 500 Men Making a Difference organization hosted its sixth annual Men’s Day celebration.
When we fail to advocate on behalf of our children, we set them up for failure.
Bradford C. Washington dedicated his life to helping and bringing about positive change in the lives of children. Washington, an engaging orthodontist, is living a life filled with underlying details that have led him to where he is today.
New York-based journalist Sarah Glover was elected as the 21st president of the National Association of Black Journalists at the organization’s national convention last week in Minneapolis.
Soul Steps, a professional African-American step troupe, is holding auditions for steppers Thursday, Aug. 29, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at DANY Studios, located at 305 W. 38th St. in Manhattan.
The Coalition for Human Rights in the Dominican Republic is calling on the community for support in addressing the discriminatory policies and practices taking place in the Dominican Republic against people of Haitian descent.
The Chris S. Owens Foundation is hosting its annual “Back to School Giveaway” event Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio might have his hands full if he wants to win a second term.
Let me start by saying how glad I am you’re here.
“Mike Brown didn’t start a movement, he just unified and galvanized this movement,” KaLisa Moore of the People’s Power Assemblies told an amped up crowd in downtown Brooklyn Sunday, Aug. 9.
Homelessness is considered pretty much an accepted part of life in New York City and has been for decades—the man asking for money when you exit a building, the woman holding a child in her arms who speaks to the ...
Even though no new cases with an onset of symptoms have occurred since Aug.3, Bronx residents are at wit’s end over the Legionnaires’ disease outbreak.