New York Amsterdam News editor Nayaba Arinde paid tribute to the late DMX on her radio show Back To Basics.
On Saturday, April 17, AmNews Editor Nayaba Arinde spoke with activist educator Professor Johanna Fernandez about Mumia Abu Jamal
AmNews Editor Nayaba Arinde interviewed activist Omowale Clay and Fred Hampton Jr. on her radio show “BACK TO BASICS” on One Voice FM.
In this column today, I would like to dwell on the many folks who have contributed toward children’s well-being.
Despite numerous losses in its efforts to politicize the 2020 Decennial Census, the Trump administration is seeking to again violate basic constitutional and statutory commands.
The HopeLine, a longtime Food Bank for New York City member organizations, marked a one million diaper milestone with an event on Tuesday with the goal of providing diapers to as many families with babies in need as they can.
Last week, a group representing public school students joined with civil rights attorneys to file a sweeping lawsuit charging New York State and City with maintaining and perpetuating a segregated public school system that denies many Black and brown students their constitutional right to a “sound, basic education” while condemning large numbers of them to “neglected schools that deliver inferior and unacceptable outcomes.”
“The Prophecy of the Prophet: A Revolutionary Revival” is an online conference set to take place Oct. 17-18th
There are so many news stories on the local, state and national level, it is sometimes hard to keep track of all that is going on.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim lives we tend to focus on the number of lives lost.