On Dec. 14, Black Girls Code, an organization aimed at exposing young Black girls to computer science and technology, teamed up with Google to host a day-long mobile app training course.
The reopening of the Queens Museum could be a game changer.
panel discussion between two of the most famous names in global genocide history, Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel
Clare Effiong knew she had to do something for Rwanda and created Esther’s Aid
Esther’s Aid began as an orphanage just north of the Rwandan capital of Kigali
Hundreds of proud Africans represented their nations during the annual African Day Parade in Harlem recently. Despite the mass shooting that took place in Nairobi just one day prior, Kenyans in New York proudly represented their country at the African Day Parade and Festival. Gambian-American youngsters introduced their group in the parade—one of the biggest of all the countries that attended.
Jean Alerte cannot sit still. Even when the summer evening air around him is serene and the corner of Marcus Garvey Boulevard and MacDonough Street is dotted with neighbors preparing to turn in for the evening, his head is on a constant swivel.
The African Diaspora travels uptown to Harlem this Sunday afternoon for the annual African Day Parade and Festival
Despite the bloated property costs in Brooklyn’s increasingly swanky Clinton Hill that forced community karate instructor Thomas Lewis to find another building to teach lessons on Monday, Sept. 9, the studio on Fulton Street was brimming with people peering inside from the sidewalk.
Kenneth Thompson is Brooklyn’s first Black person to hold the position. By the time 99 percent of the precincts reported results during the Democratic primary Tuesday night, Thompson had earned 55 percent of the votes