Tuesday, April 20, 9:34 a.m. Mumia’s medical attorneys have received word from the Open Heart ICU doctors. Mumia’s surgery was successful.
Last week, yet another young Black parent was taken away from us by gun violence.
As many of my Amsterdam News readers know, I have decided to extend February’s Black History Month and March’s Women’s History Month into a celebration of Black women for the next several months.
The city of Richmond, VA will soon select a casino development proposal from among three different bidders.
You can draw a straight line between school funding and the classroom learning experience. Money matters in the quality of education provided to students, who are essential to New York City’s future.
As educators, our job is to prepare our students for a successful, productive life, empowered with the skills they need to chase their dreams—and early childhood programs are where it all begins.
Daunte Wright lay dead on the ground for hours, while his family, his girlfriend, friends and community members anguished over news of his murder by police. Before his body was even cold the narrative was being set.
Privately and publicly I have been so thankful and blessed not having contracted COVID-19 and having been able to continue to travel domestically /internationally in my TV broadcasting life, without any interruption.
This year’s winner of the inaugural Gotham Book Prize is James McBride for his novel “Deacon King Kong” (Riverhead Books, 2020), a masterful tale that should be required reading for all New Yorkers.
A little more than one year has gone by since the first reported death in New York City caused by COVID-19; 30,000 more deaths were to follow to mark this somber anniversary.
The Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA) has become law, and it’s a success all New Yorkers can be proud of.
America is watching the George Floyd trial. The world is too. It began last week, and the media is covering it on every side.
On February 1, 1968, the City University of New York (CUNY) released a statement to the press that they were planning to establish a two-year community college in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Representative Charlie Rangel for my FAQ.NYC podcast.
Imagine a society where prostitutes could solicit johns for sex just yards from police officers who did little more than wave them on their way.