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Greater NY Chapter and Philadelphia Chapter of Links commemorate social activism

The Greater New York Chapter and Philadelphia Chapter of the Links recently came together for a special cause.

Women of the world demonstrate in Union Square Park

International Working Women’s Day Coalition marked the organization’s anniversary with a massive demonstration in Union Square Park Wednesday, August 26, showcasing women’s resistance from 1908 to the present.

Study finds racial disparity exists between what black and white borrowers pay for mortgages

Racial disparity in mortgage rates is widespread between black and white borrowers, according to a newly published study which found more financially vulnerable black women suffer the most.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. to serve again as the National Mobilization Headquarters for the 20th anniversary of The Million Man March

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. is turning its Washington, D.C. offices into the National Mobilization Headquarters for the 20th Anniversary Million Man March.

Barron: ‘Ban secret grand juries’

New York Assemblyman Charles Barron wants what’s in the dark to come to light.

RAILROADED: College Soccer Coach Seeks Justice

It’s all too real for Oral “Nick” Hillary, a former soccer star and coach, who faces second-degree murder charges in the death of Garrett Phillips, the son of Hillary’s ex-girlfriend Tandy Cyrus.

Students take to streets for Children’s March for Peace

Young students from the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) marched the streets of Harlem calling for peace in the neighborhood as part of the 21st Annual HCZ Peace March on Wednesday.

Cincinnati campus police Officer Raymond Tensing charged for Sam Dubose killing

This morning, University of Cincinnati officer Raymond Tensing, 25, has been arraigned after being charged with the murder of 45-year-old Sam Dubose.

Disclose Pantaleo’s records, judge rules

If a police officer has a record of substantiated misconduct, should this information be made available to the public? Yes, according to State Supreme Court Justice Alice Schlesinger.

Million People’s March draws huge crowd

Last Saturday, approximately a thousand protesters gathered in solidarity on the steps of Newark’s Lincoln Monument in New Jersey.

It’s time to reform Rikers Island

It’s time to reform Rikers Island.

Emerald Snipes-Garner, reflects on her father’s death and the future

Emerald Snipes-Garner is the youngest daughter of Eric Garner, who was killed last year by police, and his widow, Esaw Garner.

Audit by city comptroller reveals backlog of 50,000 repairs in NYCHA

An audit by City Comptroller Scott Stringer revealed a backlog of 50,000 repairs in the New York City Housing Authority and that it takes an average of a year to fix safety violation

‘Justice for Garner’ rally takes place at U.S. Federal Courthouse

On the weekend marking one year since the police killing of Eric Garner, Rev. Al Sharpton and his coalition rallied and took a petition to the U.S. Justice Department.

'Money isn't justice:' says Sharpton as City settles in Eric Garner case

It is one year later. Eric Garner, locked in a chokehold by officer Daniel Pantaleo, died on video.

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