An African-American couple from Florida was shocked and outraged when they found a “slave” doll painted with a racist slur left hanging on their work truck.
If you feel stuck in a cycle of work and no play and are seeking a respite from the monotony, look to these inspirational Black bloggers.
A protestor who climbed the Statue of Liberty on Independence Day was found guilty on three federal charges during a one-day trial Monday.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined his agenda for 2019 on Monday, putting the legalization of recreational marijuana and fixing New York City's crumbling subway system among his top priorities for the start of his third term.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson will be visiting a NYCHA Development Tuesday and will be meeting with the Mayor.
Bill Cosby’s attorneys are confident that there are significant legal (and more importantly, appealable) issues stemming from his trial last spring on aggravated sexual assault.
There’s no question that education quality has an extraordinary impact on the future lives of students.
Luxury brand Prada is in hot water after a window display of what appeared to be blackface figures were seen at its SoHo location.
New York City has agreed to pay $2 million to the family of a 66-year-old mentally ill woman who was fatally shot by a police officer inside her bedroom in 2016.
“One of the most pernicious forms of racial discrimination and injustice in the United States criminal justice system is the racially-motivated use of prosecutorial peremptory challenges during the jury selection process."
With voter fraud and voter suppression the talk of the midterms, the Advancement Project at the NAACP national office joined with the African American Research Collaborative to provide the first comprehensive analysis of how Black voters voted this cycle and why.
Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning “song stylist” and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died.
Rolling Loud Festival is a multi-day music event that is now the largest hip hop festival in the world.
Too many still think of classical music as something that “other” people do. Chris Whittaker, conductor of the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra, is attempting to change that.
Trey Songz was recently in town to promote his starring role in the new indie film “Blood Brothers.”
The long-awaited third album from the reluctant rap icon Earl Sweatshirt, born Thebe Kgositsile, has emerged as a somewhat docile, Shakespearean overture.
The identical twin sisters started out as collectors themselves, finding a way to purchase art by people of color on meager teacher salaries.
Vereen definitely had the audience in the palm of his hand, and it was a wonderful place to be.
The saxophonist/flutist and composer Charles Lloyd is one of our iconic elders.
There is much to celebrate in Harlem this month.