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.
Warehouse workers are the backbone of the modern e-commerce economy, yet regulations protecting workers and communities affected by this new industry have lagged far behind its rapid growth.
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.
For over a century, Harlem residents have relied upon St. Nicholas Park as a central gathering place for joyous events like family celebrations, holiday tree lightings, Easter and Fall festivals, music events, film screenings, public art exhibitions, park volunteer days and more.
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.
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.”
With less than a month until Tax Day—April 18—the city is reminding New Yorkers that they can prepare their taxes for free granted their eligibility.
This week the New York State Farm Labor Wage Board voted to adjust farm workers’ overtime threshold from 60 to 40 hours. The three-member panel voted 2-to-1 to alter the threshold.