Hundreds rallied at Fort Tryon Park just three days after a white supremacist group hung an anti-immigrant banner over the weekend.
Petitions were signed and calls for justice rang out at the New York Police Department Headquarters on the afternoon of July 2.
The “We Ain’t Going Nowhere!” stop ethnic cleansing of the Black community campaign led by the December 12th Movement took to the streets of Brooklyn Saturday, June 16, in solidarity with the International Day Commemorating the Soweto Uprising.
The People’s Organization for Progress is hosting the March and Rally for Reparations in Newark Saturday, June 23, at noon
Violence intervention experts from the NYC Crisis Management System, members of the Gun Violence Awareness Month (GVAM) Coalition and several elected officials held a press conference and rally on the steps of City Hall to kick of Gun Violence Awareness ...
May 14, hundreds of activists across the United States gathered in their state capitals to begin the Poor People’s Campaign 50 years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. initiated his movement to fight poverty.
Civil rights activists, prominent leaders rally outside NFL Headquarters, scold league for ‘dangerous’ anthem policy
Civil rights groups and community leaders served up a message of defiance outside NFL headquarters in Midtown Friday.
The battle against “ethnic cleansing” is intensifying on the sidewalks of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Protesters chanted and marched in Philadelphia on Monday in support of former Black Panther and death-row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal as he seeks to re-appeal his conviction.
Last week, community groups and elected officials took to Foley Square in Lower Manhattan to say they’re not going anywhere.
Another wave of student walkouts is expected to disrupt classes Friday at hundreds of schools across the U.S. as young activists press for tougher gun laws.
Protestors took to the street last Wednesday, April 4, in Harlem to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
Several social justice organizations came together to participate in a rally condemning a judge’s ruling against Newark’s new Civilian Review Board Wednesday.
Adia Granger knows gun violence intimately. The 16-year-old lives in Baltimore, the city with the highest murder rate of any major city in America.
Thousands of New Yorkers who didn't make it to Washington D.C. last Saturday participated in the NYC March for Our Lives in the streets of Manhattan.