Last week, much to the consternation of millions, Trump announced that “we’re rounding the corner. We’re rounding the corner on the virus.”
When COVID-19 reached New York City, we put the health and safety of New Yorkers above all.
We are now just under two months before the election on November 3rd. Although we will be voting for the president and vice president of the United States.
It’s been 179 days since New York City schools closed due to the pandemic. Some of those days have felt like weeks, while others have passed with the blink of an eye.
One of the things that many people across the board find pathetic, misleading and downright disgusting is hypocrisy.
October 4th is Doomsday, the date when some of the mountain of evictions pending in New York courts can go forward.
The shocking revelations from the last few days that Trump disparaged the military and intentionally downplayed the threat of the coronavirus have confirmed what I have believed since this President assumed office.
The NAACP New York State Conference has outlined several questions and concerns they have about the reopening of New York City schools.
Amsterdam News editor Nayaba Arinde reflect on 9/11
"It was no surprise when the 12 Black firefighters who died that day didn’t seem to get the same recognition as the white firefighters who also gave their lives."
There is no way to determine to the penny how much money Trump has in his campaign war chest, and this is an increasingly pressing issue as the Biden camp rakes in donations and outspends his opponent almost 10 to ...
After Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968, his autopsy report revealed that at the young age of 39, he had “the heart of a 60-year old.”
With the conclusion of both the Democratic and Republican conventions, there was one aspect of the RNC convention that truly stood out, and that was the diversity of the speaker.
It seems like 2020 just won’t stop. So many of us are still processing the death of Kobe Bryant at the beginning of the year and just last week, we lost Chadwick Boseman.
The coronavirus crisis revealed deep fissures in New York City and across our society. COVID-19 showed that when we say inequity, it means something more than money or people struggling to get ahead.