Today, Commissioner Manuel Castro of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) hosted an immigrant media roundtable.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, New York City Corporation Counsel Sylvia O. Hinds Radix, New York City Department of Health.
The New York Community Trust today announced more than $7.7 million in grants to 39 nonprofits working to build and sustain healthy, rewarding lives in New York and beyond.
By HWM and photographs by Seitu Oronde On Monday, February 12th, 2024, Harlem photojournalist Seitu Oronde captured the Community Media Day of Action in Albany, NY.
NewYork-Presbyterian has awarded more than $3 million in new funding to community-based organizations (CBOs) to address social determinants of health.
In a significant stride toward educational equity and cultural understanding, Kean University, the state’s urban research university.
The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) and NYC Emergency Management (NYCEM) hosted an immigrant media roundtable.
By HWM and photographs by Seitu Oronde On January 27th-28th, 2024 Photographed by Seitu Oronde Harlem-based photojournalist, was at the New York Adventure Travel Show at the Jacob Javis Convention Center.
Community Works/New Heritage Theatre Group and Harlem Hospital Center are celebrating the historic launch of a permanent exhibition of harlem is . . .
The WNED PBS original The Niagara Movement: The Early Battle for Civil Rights.
Today, New York Blood Center (NYBC) joins blood centers across the country in an emergency plea for blood donors following a holiday season of low donor turnout and recent inclement winter weather.
by Executive Editor Eartha Watts Hicks The New Year opens with many of us reaching out to those we care about most.
Pascal and Daneen Lewis, residents of Harlem for nearly three decades.
The New York Community Trust today announced more than $7.5 million in grants to 40 nonprofits working to advance economic and educational opportunities for New Yorkers and improving lives throughout the city and beyond.
Governor Kathy Hochul today unveiled Seneca, the selected proposal to redevelop the former Lincoln Correctional Facility in Manhattan.