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.”
“Voting rights advocates and civil rights groups filed the federal challenge shortly after DeSantis signed into law a measure (SB 7066) that requires felons to pay ‘legal financial obligations,’ such as restitution, fines and fees, to be eligible to have ...
As the 2020 legislative session approaches, many New Yorkers are wondering how legislators can follow up on 2019’s landmark efforts.
In 2010 in New York City, 601,285 people were stopped-and-frisked by the New York City Police and 315,083 of them were Black. In 2011, 685,724 individuals were stopped and 350,743 were Black.
Law Enforcement groups condemn statement by Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte on impact of a menthol cigarette ban
The leaders of several influential law enforcement groups joined to condemn comments made last week by Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte who represents Brooklyn’s 42nd Assembly District.
When it comes to New York City’s affordable housing crisis, you and I are just as much to blame as our mayor, Bill de Blasio.
At a recent gala event for Black leaders, the keynote speaker addressed this issue directly.
Happy Thanksgiving dear Amsterdam News readers. Each year we dedicate a special day to gather with friends and family, make traditional meals, and give thanks for the abundance in our lives.
This week I had the privilege to hear oral argument at the Supreme Court of the United States of America in Comcast v. National Association of African American-Owned Media.
The holiday season is upon us and we all know the temptation of online shopping. The ease of getting the things we want at the click of a button might seem harmless, but it has major consequences for local small ...
If you don’t have any problems, just keep on living. I have heard that expression many times. When I am speaking with young people, I always use that phrase to let them know that life won’t always be a bed ...
New York City has a great opportunity to dial down the worrisome battle underway between the poor and police on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s subways and buses
Each time we experience a mass shooting, we repeat the pattern—a point I have made in previous columns.