AT&T’s Girls Who Code program visited the MAGNET space at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering this week.
Organizers announced that the 47th Annual African American Day Parade will take place Sunday, Sept. 18 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Harlem.
The original Harlem Black Panther Party is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its founding with an event at the Schomburg Center.
After an hours-long standoff, New York police arrested a man suspected of tossing a device into a marked New York City Police Department van in Times Square on Thursday.
In the past week, Black activism has been linked to the recent shooting and killing of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge.
The City Council speaker has left it up to the police to fix themselves.
A crane appears to have collapsed on the Tappan Zee Bridge, blocking traffic in both directions on Tuesday.
The children at the YMCA in Queens using decades old sewing machines will now have new ones to develop their skills and hobbies.
The Montclair Police Department, in cooperation with the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office and the Montclair NAACP-Criminal Justice Committee, is hosting a community meeting.
Tuesday, July 12, the People’s Organization for Progress hosted its annual observation of the anniversary of the epic Newark Rebellion.
The tenants of 295 W. 150th St. in Harlem held a press conference and rally outside of their building Wednesday, the evening before their court hearing for a building-wide Housing Part action against their landlord, Yitzchnk Horowitz.
The December 12th Movement will hold an emergency community gathering at Sista’s Place, 456 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn N.Y., Friday, July 15, 2016, at 7 p.m., focusing on the relentless and systemic racist attacks on Black people in the United States.
A man who was arrested, allegedly in retaliation for recording cops, filed a federal lawsuit last week.
It’s the time of year that kids love and parents tend to dread— the New York City school break is upon us and kids, all over the city, are itching to play.
Preparing individuals with career-oriented skills to sustain themselves economically, the organization Harlem Congregations for Community Involvement, a group dedicated to the revitalization of Harlem, teamed with Moody’s Analytics, a credit risk-management company, last month, to host Career Day for the ...