Saturday, March 19, organizers of the March 4 Justice for the Wrongfully Incarcerated held their weekly planning session in preparation for the walk to Albany, N.Y., at the office of Assemblyman Keith Wright
National Action Network founder and President Rev. Al Sharpton received The Mandela Legacy’s “Hope, Success & Empowerment Award” at the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa, Canada.
Activist community responds to worsening conditions of political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio achieved a major victory this week when the New York City Council approved his housing re-zoning plan.
The family of late college student Danroy Henry is receiving a $6 million settlement from the village of Pleasantville
Justice is still being sought for Ramarley Graham as his family calls on Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bratton to fire those involved in the late teen's death
A massive affordable housing preservation project will repair apartments, improve the buildings and keep the rents of 358 apartments affordable to low-income families for the next 30 years.
The International Working Women’s Day Coalition 11th March and Rally was held Saturday, March 5 at the feet of the Harriet Tubman Memorial in Harlem.
Activist Evon Idahosa dedicates her life to fighting the systemic injustices against women and girls who are victims of modern day sex slavery.
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson is moving to vacate a manslaughter conviction against Vanessa Gathers, 58, who was wrongfully convicted on the charge after a 1998 jury trial.
At court Thursday Brooklyn D.A Ken Thompson dismissed the charges against the five teens accused of assaulting the young lady in a Brownsville park.
Protest movements are opening up a new dialogue when it comes to policy changes in America.
POW Albert Woodfox, the original Black Panther activist, spent more time in solitary confinement than anyone else currently held captive in U.S. prisons.
A federal grand jury continues to examine and hear evidence to determine if Eric Garner’s civil rights were violated in 2014 when a police officer killed him in an apparent chokehold.
The aftermath of a killer cop’s conviction in Brooklyn’s State Supreme Court a couple weeks ago has caused some debate about NYPD training, as well as accountability, when they don’t adhere to departmental procedures.