This is a public service announcement for our female readers over the age of 40 or anyone who has a woman they know and/or love.
Women’s History Month has a bittersweet feeling this year.
Can you spell “hypocrite”? I’m starting to think that it begins with the letter “B” and rhymes with “widen.”
There are so many news stories on the local, state and national level, it is sometimes hard to keep track of all that is going on.
It is no secret that New York State is going through challenging economic times. The unemployment rate for January, the most recent month for which data is available, was a staggering 9.4%—more than double the rate it was last year.
Last week, a group representing public school students joined with civil rights attorneys to file a sweeping lawsuit charging New York State and City with maintaining and perpetuating a segregated public school system that denies many Black and brown students ...
We write to convey our utmost support for drivers, shoppers, delivery people and the thousands of independent workers holding up our communities during this pandemic. As you know, COVID-19 has devastated communities of color.
It has been just over a year since Breonna Taylor was fatally shot by police officers in her own apartment on March 13, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky.
As an obstetrician and gynecologist with a diverse patient base in New York City, I see myself not only as a health care professional who treats disease, but as an educator who shows women how to best care for themselves.
Today, we live in a society where we seem to sprint from one manufactured cultural outrage to the next.
As president of Local 237, which represents School Safety Agents (SSAs), I recently spoke at a hearing of the New York City Council’s Education Committee.
Imagine all NNPA Black newspapers, for example, carrying regularly featured articles as a matter of priority on all of the evidence suppressed in Mumia’s case.
Spring is around the corner, we can all see it in little ways. The birds seem to be getting a little louder
For the duration of his 2020 presidential campaign, which at first appeared to be a long shot especially given the far left’s vocal disdain for “old, white men,” Joe Biden ran on the promise that he would unite the country.
All you can do is shake your head in disgust at a New York City Fire Department chief’s lawsuit claiming he was denied a promotion because he refused to recant his racially charged remarks about the department’s diversity efforts.