From having a celebrity following that includes Chris Rock to Dorinda Medley of “Real Housewives of New York,” it’s amazing how artist Guy Stanley Philoche maintains his humility.
The mood at a Sweet 16 party in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn Sunday night went from being a joyous occasion to one of blood-soaked anguish and pain after gunmen opened fire, striking seven people, one of them, a 20-year-old woman, mortally.
Each and every Monday the National Action Network’s Youth Huddle hosts a safe space for the young people to discuss a variety of topics that affect the community and the world.
The City of Newark has issued a Request for Qualifications for artists interested in being considered to design a permanent public monument of Harriet Tubman in Washington Park, which will be renamed Tubman Square.
Harlem hosted a Feeding Families Thanksgiving Celebration, including a turkey give away sponsored by Pierre Gooding.
C. Zawadi Morris saw the instant response citizens had about coronavirus, she noticed the news did not cover their experiences.
Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, local elected officials teamed up to distribute 700 turkeys, holiday side dishes and PPE for Bronx neighbors and the community at large.
This week Stephanie McGraw and her W.A.R.M (We All Really Matter) organization brought awareness to domestic violence against Black women.
NYC public schools will close due to COVID-19
City health officials report that the COVID-19 positivity level in the city has been higher in recent days. The city surpassed its seven-day average of 550 cases with 795 cases.
During the General Election New Jerseyans voted to legalize marijuana. The measure was approved taking nearly 67% of the vote.
James McIntosh is organizing a fundraiser to benefit Committee To Eliminate Media Offenses To African People (CEMOTAP).
City agencies and elected officials recently cut the ribbon on the Marcy Houses Community Center in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Providing sustenance to underfunded people is everything. Refueling targeted communities amidst one of the world’s greatest collectively experienced health challenges this century…is something else.
On Tuesday, Nov. 10, Brooklyn President Eric Adams hosted his second Brooklyn COVID Heroes ceremony outside Borough Hall.