Juneteenth marks one year since the Harlem community announced it would install its own Black Lives Matter street mural.
New York City FC (NYCFC) and the Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) today announced a multi-year partnership to take action in support of Black Lives Matter initiatives.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed into law the NYPD Accountability Package.
The Black Lives Matter Harlem Street Mural project kicked off on Friday, July 3, with a full presentation of speakers including Rev. Al Sharpton, Attorney General Letitia James, State Senator Brian Benjamin, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Mayor Bill DeBlasio, among others.
Harlem, the global center of Black culture, is installing a Black Lives Matter street mural that will stretch across Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, between 125th and 127th streets.
Black lives matter, in the heavy metal community too. Black Sabbath is making its voice heard in the fight for racial justice and equality.
Photographs by Rudy Collins The African Center hosted a Black Lives Matter ceremony in honor of Juneteenth, Breona Taylor, George Floyd, Eric Garner, Armuad Arbery, and the other lives that matter in Harlem.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Council Member Margaret Chin commended the administration for responding to their request in agreeing to name and paint a section of the Civic Center “Black Lives Matter Way.”
The historic Cathedral of St. John the Divine has set up a “Vigil for Black Lives” on its steps Friday as New York City enters the second week of demonstrations against police brutality.
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.”
By Souleo When spoken word poet, Rob Gibsun was invited to perform on the TV One show, ‘Lexus Verses and Flow’ for the second season in a row, he felt compelled to address the tense climate of racial and social injustice.
Chicago-based multimedia mega-company, Central City Productions, premiered its inaugural installment of the brand-new television series, Black History Honors.
A state court yesterday approved a landmark class action settlement that will expand access to after-school sports for tens of thousands of Black and Latinx New York City public high school students.
Written By Etu Evans It’s no secret that I generally write articles focused on the likes of iconic fashion heroes of the melanated variety such as the gospel according to Andre Leon Talley, who I now imagine is up in the celestial realm redesigning the garb of angles into chiffon caftans.
Since the appointment of Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court in 1967, little else has been achieved in bridging the wide gap in literacy levels between students of color and their counterparts.