When I was diagnosed with HIV, I had no idea that one of the biggest challenges I would face would not be juggling medical appointments and treatment decisions or telling friends and family about my status, but simply keeping my ...
Most of the obituaries written about Amiri Baraka in the white mainstream media focus on the poet and playwright’s misdeeds or ordinary actions
There needs to be a change. Airport workers deserve some respect
Since the recent expansion of the City College Careers and Professional Development Institute, there have been inquiries, including your December 5 article, as to why the institute is expanding and will this impact the college’s ongoing mission of serving and ...
As we approach 2014 without a clear collective resolution, the quality of life for Blacks living in the United States is disturbing, disappointing and unacceptable.
We launched a “war on poverty” 50 years ago; how are we doing today?
In 1960, there were 103 Black elected officials throughout the nation. By 1990, that number had grown to 9000. Nonetheless, as we approach 2014, all of the social comfort indicators show that the political and economic status of African Americans ...
As 2013 comes to a close and Christmas and Kwanzaa have come and gone, we reflect on the year that has just passed and the year we hope will be more promising.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was one of most prolific leaders of the 20th century.
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