Another news cycle brings with it the news of yet another anti-Semitic attack targeting America’s Jewish community, as well as a fresh attack on Christian worshippers at a church in Texas.
It is a new year, a new decade, and as the legend Patti LaBelle would say, “A new attitude.” I truly hope everyone will blast her 1985 hit from the “Beverly Hills Cop” soundtrack as we enter this new era.
The year 2019 is almost behind us and it is time to prepare for a new decade. I am so curious and excited as to what this new decade will bring forth.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is on to something: Americans could use a big “freedom dividend”—that is, a guaranteed source of income on which they can rely month after month, free from the uncertainties of the job market and employment.
One of the most difficult things for a politician to do is offer a sincere apology that is accepted as such.
On the first day of Kwanzaa My Congress gave to me An Impeachment of Donald J. Trump...
Cold and flu season is here, but too many working New Yorkers—including 60 percent of low-income employees covered by NYC’s paid sick leave law—have heard little or nothing about their right to paid sick time.
As we start to wind down 2019 and reflect on the past year and the past decade, hopefully we will be able to recount all of the highs and lows we have experienced. As always, I like to think of ...
The recent shooting inside a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, New Jersey is the latest example that Americans are literally killing ourselves with hatred for our neighbors.
As Pres. Donald Trump is impeached in the House, and gets off in the Senate, the system is broken.
Fighting for the unbanked and underbanked: The need for solutions to protect the wealth of communities of color
There are more than one million unbanked and underbanked households in New York City.
Aha! Dear readers: We have found a collection of Republicans we salute and almost totally agree with, particularly when it comes to removing Trump from the Oval Office.
I usually do not write reviews of plays or movies while I am still trying to process them.
When the world’s poorest or most isolated nations need emergency medical assistance, there is always one nation that will heed the call—Israel.
In recent years, Comcast has lured Black audiences with the Starz show “POWER,” and Latinx communities with the Starz show “VIDA.”