All you can do is shake your head in disgust at a New York City Fire Department chief’s lawsuit claiming he was denied a promotion because he refused to recant his racially charged remarks about the department’s diversity efforts.
In Bessemer, Alabama, a historic, worker-driven grassroots union organizing campaign is underway at the Amazon warehouse there.
This March we will take time and reflect on the various contributions of women in our lives and around the world. I also like to extend Black History Month as long as I can and celebrate the contributions of Black ...
“The enemy within” is the phrase that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi used to describe the chaos brewing just beneath the surface of the Republican Party.
The sexual harassment allegations against Governor Cuomo are both shocking and understandable at the same time.
This is the first African American History month since the murder of George Floyd and the uprisings that followed.
Nationally renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump and co-counsels Ray Hamlin and Paul Napoli held a news conference on Saturday, Feb. 20 where Reggie Wood (relative of Ray Wood) revealed evidence of a conspiracy perpetrated by the NYPD and the ...
The 2020 elections taught us that our democracy is both strong and fragile. This is the time to shore it up with the For the People Act that is now waiting for action by Congress.
The most incredible con is going on in America right now.
Some of you may have seen reports from St. Louis showing incarcerated men burning their cells to bring attention to their living conditions and health concerns.
Twenty years ago this summer, New York City and the Police Benevolent Association (PBA) paid $8.7 million to settle a civil lawsuit with Abner Louima, who was tortured with a broken broomstick while in police custody at a Brooklyn station ...
Sometimes in life, the picture is as clear as water. We know what we want, but it is not what we get. So we are left frustrated and wanting.
On Jan. 13, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services shifted its focus to urge states and localities to make COVID-19 vaccines available to all U.S. residents age 65 and older.
Black History Month is almost halfway over and hopefully you have taken the time to reflect on all of the ways Black people have contributed to the United States and the world more broadly.
A couple days ago I found myself humming along to a Supremes song. Then I did what everyone does today in the age of the Internet: I logged onto YouTube, found a music video and lost myself in some vintage ...