Tamika Mallory and Nicole Paultre-Bell host third Black Lives Matter Summit at LaGuardia Community College
Thursday, April 20, 2017, noted civil rights activists Tamika D. Mallory and Nicole Paultre-Bell will be hosting their third Black Lives Matter Summit at LaGuardia Community College.
United Women Firefighters and The Vulcan Society host firefighter-themed festival at St. Mary’s Park
United Women Firefighters and The Vulcan Society Hosted a festival held at St. Mary’s Park in the Bronx this past Saturday, April 8, in an effort to bring more diversity to the FDNY. Participants were able to file for the ...
Caran Menardy is known throughout Harlem for her colorful hair and appearance, but April 21 she is known for her purple blazer, a white ruffled blouse and a purple Afro wig.
Newark Liberty International Airport hosted a Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Outreach Forum this week, for contractors, vendors and consultants seeking to learn about contracting opportunities for the airport’s $2.4-billion Terminal A Redevelopment Program.
New York City Council Member Laurie A. Cumbo, a member of the Council Committee on Youth Services, held a community egg hunt at Fort Greene Park in partnership with several community-based organizations on the eve of Easter Sunday.
Activist pastor the Rev. Herbert Daughtry just announced that the Atlantic Yards/Nets/DBNA Community Foundation and the DBNA Capacity Building Grant Program will provide grants of $5,000 to Brooklyn-based community organizations
Statements of sympathy and grief for Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam, in many ways reflecting the ordinary and extraordinary people she touched, are coming in from people in all walks of life.
Eighteen-year-old unarmed Ramarley Graham was shot and killed in front of his grandmother and younger brother.
Veterans are more likely than nonveterans to experience homelessness. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, like the general homeless population, veterans are at a significant risk of homelessness if they have low socioeconomic status, a mental health disorder ...
The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance this week set the record straight to counter common tax season myths about how tax returns are processed and refunds are issued.
Charles Abel, a 65-year-old man living in Baltimore, is among the millions of Americans who rely on Meals on Wheels, a program that President Trump plans to cut dramatically under his budget proposal.
The area surrounding New Settlement is one of the most at-risk in New York City in terms of poverty, literacy and education.
Wednesday, April 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Morris Heights Health Center and Fidelis will be hosting their free spring baby shower for mothers in the community.
The Go Africa Network Inc. is collaborating with Go Africa Health LLC, Go Caribbean Inc., Go Africa News LLC and The African Union Expo LLC to host a one-day street festival.
Starting April 25, the Center for Community and Ethnic Media will be offering a new class, the Health Reporting Fellowship.