More than 20 years ago, Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn was a home for auto repair shops, buildings marked by graffiti and single room apartments.
During this year’s back-to-school season, dozens of Black-American leaders will visit classrooms across the city.
What’s the first thing you’d want after rowing across the Atlantic?
Students as young as 7-years-old are being handcuffed by authorities, the NYPD reported.
A Brooklyn man who impersonated a cop was sentenced up to 32 years to life in prison Monday, Sept. 12, for the rape and robbery of a woman at the Sunset Park Hotel.
For some New Yorkers, the mid-twenties are a time of exploration.
Community members and families affected by state-sanctioned violence gathered at Riverside Church Tuesday, Aug. 9 for the two-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death.
Nurturing future scientists is a daily mission for Tracy Gray, the CEO and founder of Sankofa Global STEM Tinker Workshops.
For the third consecutive year, the Black Expo will be heading to New York City Saturday, July 30, to commemorate minority businesses and entrepreneurship ventures.
It has been nearly three years since NYPD officers unlawfully barged into Mohamed Bah’s apartment and fatally shot him after responding to an emergency call for an ambulance.