From the first day of his administration, when I was arrested in front of Trump Tower, I have been vocal against the racism and sexism that he cannot or will not avoid spouting.
A day after a Minnesota jury acquitted the cop who killed Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, several hundred activists marched for more than two hours on Saturday afternoon from Harlem all the way to Trump Tower—blasting the United States for having “lynched another black man.” Continue Reading →
More than a dozen people arrested during two protests outside Trump Tower — including the Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter and Eric Garner’s mom — were told Monday that their cases would be dropped if they stayed out of trouble. Continue Reading →
Invoking a decades-old legal requirement for public access at Trump Tower, dozens of New Yorkers and Harlem’ City Councilman Mark Levine convened inside the skyscraper today for a climate change teach-in spanning jobs, energy efficiency, and public parks. Continue Reading →
By the time Donald Trump becomes President of the United States next week, Harlemites and New York City taxpayers will have spent $37 million to keep him and his family safe from harm in Trump Tower. Continue Reading →
On Monday, December 5th at 10:30am, uptown NYC Council Transportation Chair Ydanis Rodriguez will call on President-Elect Donald Trump to move his transition headquarters out of New York City to ease traffic congestion in midtown Manhattan. Continue Reading →
Donald Trump is considering charter school advocate and and founder of Success Academies in Harlem Eva Moskowitz to serve as education secretary, according to a senior Trump official. Continue Reading →