Formerly incarcerated leaders, advocacy organizations and elected officials held a rally organized by Community Alternatives outside of the Manhattan Detention Center demanding housing justice for formerly incarcerated New Yorkers.
As protests around the city over the police killing of George Floyd continue, hundreds of demonstrators made their way down the Grand Concourse in the Bronx on Sunday, June 7, for the “We All We Got, We All We Need” ...
Hundreds of people gathered in Harlem Saturday for a peaceful rally and march against police brutality.
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by Minnesota police, New Yorkers were among the hundreds of thousands who took to the streets in outrage.
Chants of “no justice, no peace” and “prosecute the police,” continue from protesters across the United States.
The activist group People’s Organization for Progress (P.O.P.) held a protest in Newark at the Lincoln Monument in response to the shooting death of the unarmed 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, GA
On Wed., March 11, human rights groups gathered in front of the Trump building on Wall Street and charged Pres. Trump and Big Pharma with a criminal policy that threatens the world.
On Monday, Dec. 30, the People’s Organization for Progress’ (P.O.P.) weekly Justice Monday protest against police brutality commemorated police killing of Jerame Reid.
A protest over the policing of New York City’s subways briefly shut down a busy Harlem subway station during rush hour, and news stations say multiple people have been arrested in the fluid demonstration.
Harlem held its fourth annual Heal the Land Prayer Walk Vigil on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.
A march and news conference was held in front of the 84th Precinct this past Nov. 4. Advocates protested and marched from Brooklyn’s Jay Street–MetroTech subway station to the 84th Precinct to demand the termination of the NYPD police officer ...
With stories of police violence littering the media landscape, activists and victim’s families have had enough.
Communities across the nation mobilizing today to demand justice for African-American men and women who lost their lives during encounters with law enforcement.
Hundreds of protesters assembled at Union Square Saturday, Oct. 19, and then marched peacefully to Trump Tower under banners emblazoned with “Trump/Pence Out Now.”
New York activists will be marching cross the Brooklyn Bridge this weekend to highlight the national problem of people being shot or killed by guns.