On Tuesday, Brooklyn City Councilwoman Inez Barron held a press conference on the steps of City Hall demanding that Mayor Bill de Blasio settle the case involving the Central Park Five.
The Stop Mass Incarceration Network is taking their message to the National Black Theater! Join them February 5 - 10 at 2031 5th Ave in Harlem
Interfaith Medical Center (IMC) has become the last house that the big bad wolf can’t blow down.
Relatives and other supporters of police terrorism victim Ramarley Graham have scheduled a memorial service for this Saturday to reflect on his life and discuss the next stages in their pursuit for justice.
Families of victims killed in traffic accidents in New York City gather in Brooklyn with politicians and other supporters of better pedestrian safety measures.
It was the Malcolm X Commemoration Committee’s (MXCC) 18th annual dinner tribute to “our freedom fighters” and their families.
The family of Ramarley Graham is hosting a memorial commemorating the second anniversary of his death
The NAACP, the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization, with chapters all across New York state, met at 52 Broadway in Manhattan for an all-day session to report on and plan civil rights actions for 2014. The meeting was ...
police reform groups recently to protested in front of the Harlem State Office Building in opposition to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s choice of Bill Bratton as the new police commissioner.
One would be hard-pressed to find a more grassroots, Black Nationalist, U.S.-based freedom-fighting couple than Herman and Iyaluua Ferguson
The Malcolm X Commemoration Committee is hosting the 18th annual Dinner Tribute to the Families of Political Prisoners & Prisoners of War
The National Action Network (NAN) is holding the National Youth Day Action Against Gun Violence on Jan. 8.
The New Black Panther Party’s Newark chapter plans to kick off the new year with new events.
When Shepard P. McDaniel was a young teenager growing up in the Bronx, he realized that the gang activity in his community was highly radicalized
South Bronx Unite challenges an allegedly inadequate environmental review for the proposed state and city relocation of Fresh Direct’s headquarters