The Legislature unanimously passed a bill at the end of its session that would end New York State’s half-century of neglect of a fundamental responsibility.
Last week, we lost Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson, the “People’s Prosecutor.”
"Work is for working men."--Henry Daniell, "The Suspect" (1944) Once again, as August gives way...
The Bully Proof Diva Traciana Graves shares here thoughts on the McDonalds beating
Bully-Proof Diva: 8 things parents don’t know, need to know and should want to know about their children and bullying
Parents today have tons of things to deal with and sometimes it feels like more than any other time before.
This past weekend the film sensation that’s engulfed mainstream media, popularly known as Fifty Shades of Grey opened up with a record breaking $248.7 million dollar haul worldwide. The $90.7 million made domestically also set a record for the largest ...
Common Misunderstandings about Adult Bullying
Bullying doesn’t just happen on the playground.
If President Barack Obama hasn’t been catching enough flak, if his things-to-do list isn’t already crowded with pressing issues, the Ebola epidemic has brought another patch of gray hair and more problems to his troubled, beleaguered administration.
In the past few weeks, the mainstream media has been consumed with the tragic events that continue to unfold in Ferguson
Donald Sterling’s publicly disclosed comments depict an anachronistic view of race relations in this country.
Human trafficking continues to be a major issue not only in Africa, but in the rest of the world as well.
It is a story that America doesn’t like to look at, much less take the time to consider the implications of what that nation’s experience with slavery means in a modern world
Remembering when Robert J. Brown arranged for me to be one of the first to interview Mandela and to act as his personal secretary after his early release from prison
I took a groundbreaking trip to Albany this week with several of my constituents—some of the few remaining pioneering, local Black- and minority-owned business owners who invested in our community years ago while everyone else was fleeing.