Stephon Johnson has been a staff writer for the Amsterdam News since 2009 where he covers news, politics, union issues, art & entertainment and sports. Beginning as a stringer in 2007, he's covered events as diverse as the MLB All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium and Occupy Wall Street rallies in lower Manhattan's Financial District. Johnson was born and raised in The Bronx and currently calls Queens home.
A week before Thanksgiving, airport workers wanted to let companies know who hold the power.
Abdul Jamil Khokhar and BMY Foods were caught with their hands in the cookie jar.
Walmart workers across the country plan on putting their money where their mouths are on Black Friday.
If last week taught the City University of New York anything, it’s that their faculty and staff are willing to be handcuffed for a new contract.
A new report authored by the Community Service Society outlines a proposal that may improve diversity at New York City’s specialized high schools.
A new report by the Research Alliance for New York City Schools at New York University shows just how the high school selection process works for the city’s most vulnerable.
After getting started by a group of fast-food workers in New York City, the Fight for $15 movement has already reached the rest of America and the globe.
Two senators from the tristate area are looking to reduce minimum sentencing for nonviolent offenders.
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy McGinty is under fire after releasing two reports that justified the police shooting of a 12-year-old boy in broad daylight.
Many people dream of changing careers and finding something with more purpose.