My father had a saying that was somewhat sarcastic and he used it when I had to learn a lesson the hard way. I would go to him for counsel after I made an avoidable mistake and he would look ...
The events of last week have shaken so many Americans to the core.
As we enter 2021, the pandemic forces us to face new, as well as continuing, realities.
I saw with my own eyes the breakdown of our society and our democracy. It was sickening, outrageous and 100% unacceptable, illegal, immoral and unpatriotic.
The Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump supporters to stop democracy in the U.S. is a needed teachable movement.
This coming Monday marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day in our nation, 53 years after his assassination. It could not come at a more fitting or necessary moment.
Ever since the calendar flipped on New Year’s Eve, the 2021 mayoral election has become a top conversation starter in New York City.
African Americans need to start asking serious questions about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines.
It’s a new year and time to prepare as best we can for all of the surprises this world has to offer. I, for one, have quite a few deadlines in 2021 and I need to work consistently and patiently ...
According to a recent study by the Aspen Institute, up to 40 million Americans faced eviction towards the end of this year, no doubt secondary to the financial impact of COVID-19.
More turmoil from Trump
“Although we’ve come to the end of the road” are popular lyrics from a song by Boyz II Men. This refrain is squarely tied to the current president.
As a lifelong resident of Harlem, I have seen a lot change over the years. Where we used to have uptown and downtown, now people talk about SoHo and NoHo, and there are new storefronts and buildings on every block ...
We are in our last day of one of the most trying years of our lives…and we survived! No matter the circumstance, we actually thrived.
It is often said that health is wealth, and at no time in our lives has this truism proven more correct than during the COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S. political upheaval.