his heart has circled the globe
I was at the John F. Kennedy Airport when Nelson and Winnie Mandela, along with members of the African National Congress (ANC), landed at the airport
The direction for education policy during the coming years is in need of substantive assessment and discussion
In Martin’s death, we experienced the need for Blacks and Latinos here in New York City to come together to reform stop-and-frisk
comments on the revisionist interpretation of Mandela
One of the greatest legacies of Mayor David Dinkins was his push for a relationship between the police and the community
I guess we thought he would live forever
Recently in New York, two young Black shoppers were arrested while shopping at the upscale Barneys clothing store
As we sit around the Thanksgiving table this year, what will you be thankful for?
When I was in college, I assumed I was going to graduate and receive $80,000-$90,000 a year.
The National Black Church Initiative is mystified and shocked at the Latino community’s refusal to condemn the George Zimmerman verdict National Black Church Initiative, George Zimmerman, Congressional Black Caucus, immigration bill, NAACP, the Urban League, Trayvon Martin,
On Friday, Nov. 15, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) released new data on class sizes in schools as of Oct. 31. class size, Department of Education, DOE, kindergarten, Leonie Haimson, Class Size Matters, Bloomberg
Promises, as we all know, are a politician’s trademark.
We thank Rep. Charlie Rangel for his unequivocal words in promising to vote against a fast track bill
Dear Amsterdam News, I am sure your paper is aware of the unbridled elitist arrogance of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who seeks to micromanage the lives of the “little people,” defends “stop-and-frisk,” denied city workers a contract for four years and ...