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.
I am wishing happy holidays to you and yours. This holiday season may feel a bit different from previous years.
There is an I.O.U. in Black America’s pocket as President-Elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. steps into the Oval Office.
For reasons well beyond Tuskegee, Black people are rightly suspicious of the COVID-19 vaccines being rolled out in “warp speed.”
Like most Americans, I am deeply concerned about the coronavirus and its devastating impact, particularly on the poor and on communities of color.
The presidential election was roughly one and a half months ago and the president of the United States has yet to concede.
The election is over, the votes have been tallied and like it or not, the Electoral College has certified Joe Biden as our new president-elect.
In 1974, during the Watergate scandal, renowned children’s book writer Dr. Seuss sent a copy of his book, “Marvin K. Mooney” to newspaper columnist Art Buchwald, in which “Marvin K. Mooney” had been crossed out and replaced with “Richard M. ...
This holiday season is unlike any other we have experienced before. Many of us are spending time by ourselves and not with our families and friends.
The 2020 presidential election marks the end of New York City’s traditional primaries, runoffs and special elections and the start of ranked-choice voting.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim lives we tend to focus on the number of lives lost.