Newark and New York City made collaborative progress in addressing the issues between the two municipalities created by New York’s Special One-Time Assistance program, which moved about 1,200 New York homeless families and individuals to Newark apartments, regardless of their habitability, paying their rents for a year.
Reports indicate that the legal weed business in this county is an $11 billion industry with just a little over 4% of businessowners being Black.
The National Action Network (NAN) hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for the community at the House of Justice in Harlem.
New Jersey battled its first major snowstorm of the season this week shutting down schools, state offices and businesses
Best remembered as Newark’s first African American to win a citywide election, Calvin West died on Monday.
New Yorkers receiving SNAP could see a 17.2% reduction benefit.
Many men and women––living and dead––have dedicated their lives for the betterment of mankind. In so doing, they have left their thoughts and deeds for us who are still living to be challenged for change.
Check out what's going on around the community this week!
Several Black mothers who lost children to police violence recently spoke at an event at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and say there needs to be better accountability when it comes to law enforcement.
Black death row inmate Rodney Reed got the news of a lifetime when the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted him an indefinite stay of execution.