In the wake of monuments and buildings named after Confederate icons, one college in South Jersey is battling controversy over its name.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said that the children need to learn more about the birds and the bees.
Almost 40 years ago, founder and executive director Madaha Kinsey Lamb developed a vision for an interdisciplinary arts facility for underserved young people in the Northeast Bronx.
Like many New Yorkers, I was the first in my family to go to college.
In the months since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, activists and scholars have converged, condemning his violent and divisive racial rhetoric.
Black firefighters in the FDNY have faced several challenges as the Department evolved over time.
Florence Yu can't believe her luck. She's starting college the same year New York made tuition free for middle-class students like her.
“Since the State Assembly gave Mayor de Blasio mayoral control over our schools, which I opposed, let’s demand that he includes in the curriculum the ‘real’ history of Christopher Columbus,” Assemblyman Charles Barron told the Amsterdam News.
The National Dance Institute is an art-based education program in New York City. It teaches important life skills through the form of art that includes dance and music.
In preparation for lectures in Tulsa, Okla., I stumbled upon the name of Evelyn La Rue, or LaRue, Pittman, and recalled seeing a photo of her taken by Carl Van Vechten, who documented so many outstanding African-Americans, particularly during the ...
From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., the Medgar Evers College will be hosting their annual family friendly SoulFest Fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 9.
Those seeking student loan forgiveness from the government's public service program can finally start the application process. After 10 years, the form was made available Friday.
As we get ready to go back to school, I am reminded of the dedicated parents who will do anything and everything to ensure their children get a high-quality education.
The immeasurable legacy of Pan-African forefather Marcus Mosiah Garvey will be commemorated this Thursday, the 130th anniversary of his birth in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, with a host of activities throughout the metropolitan area.
Bronx President Ruben Diaz Jr. hosted his annual “Back to School” Literacy & Health Fair at the Pablo Casals Middle School 181 on the Co-op City Education Campus.