I am generally a cheerleader for New York City’s public schools, having attended them and sent all six of my children to them as well.
Is mainstream media a part of the cover-up of the Alfred Wright lynching case?
Forty-six years ago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tenn.
It was striking when the president of this country, a woman who has been the center of international prominence and the recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize, defended a law that criminalizes same-sex activity.
We write to you as a community-based organization to express our profound disappointment with the closing of 10 Assembly district offices in New York
Education has become more about profit and power than children learning
At the NAACP and the Brennan Center, we have been saying for years that Albany’s elected officials have to be more accountable to the communities
Sixty years after the Brown v. Board of Education decision legally ended school segregation, New Yorkers are faced with an uncomfortable truth: African-American young people are still being shortchanged by our education system.
On Wednesday, March 12, our community experienced a severe tragedy when a gas explosion in our beloved East Harlem
Any historian will tell his students that a president’s second term will define his legacy to the country and the world. President Obama will go down in history as one of America’s greatest presidents that held the office.
Last week, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a report saying that the proposal to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour in 2016 would cost the creation of 500,000 jobs in 2016.
The Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions applauds Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s announcement to implement a statewide initiative to provide state funding for college education in prison for incarcerated individuals.
On Tuesday evening, I came home to learn that Lumumba was dead. I wondered if his death was related to the sickness.
Dear Mayor Bill de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña and Deputy Chancellor Dorita Gibson:
“It is incomprehensible to me, the fear that can affect men in political offices. It is shocking the way they submit to forces they know are wrong and fail to stand up for what they believe.