Thursday June 4, 2016 the Respectful Outstanding Sisters of Excellence, or the ROSE, hosted their fourth annual ceremony at St. Francis in Downtown Brooklyn.
Since I was young, I always attended DanceAfrica at the outside bazaar at the Brooklyn Academy of Music during Memorial Day weekend.
Powerhouse of the labor movement Jim Haughton was memorialized at Harlem’s Mount Olivet Baptist Church, with friends and family praising his unwavering dedication.
Three friends banded together to travel throughout America and investigate whether ghosts exist. Friday, April 15, Destination America premiered the six-part series, “Ghost Brothers.”
Celebrating educational, cultural and entrepreneurial excellence was the 5th annual Africa Diaspora Awards, organized by Applause Africa, at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in Manhattan.
The new community organization Square Circles hosted its first breast cancer survivors meeting at Sistas’ Place.
The community support group Square Circles will hold its first breast cancer survivors meeting at Sistas’ Place in Bed-Stuy.
Permit technicalities, plus visits from Pope Francis and United Nations General Assembly members, meant that the 55th Nigerian Independence Day celebration was pushed back to the last week in October rather than the closest one to Oct. 1.
A group of local high school student got to go to the White House
All over the city Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015, thousands of people wrapped up against the cold to take part in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.