As Texas Governor Greg Abbott triples down on efforts to use asylum seekers as political pawns, New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
With 906,433 active COVID-19 cases going on in the U.S. and COVID-related deaths up 12.5%, the Biden administration has decided that it would be smart money to stop forcing consumers to pay for COVID-19 tests and start handing them out for free again.
During rainstorms floods and state emergencies like we’re currently having from Harlem to the Hudson, safety should be your top priority.
In WE ACT’s latest newsletter where they discus issuing a number of statements and press releases this week about legislative updates that have happened at the city and federal level:
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, creates a campaign from Harlem to Hollis to ‘Get Stuff Clean.’
New Yorkers went to the primary polls on Tuesday, and despite the new Congressional and State Senate maps reconfiguring districts across the state.
Last week, The New York State Assembly passed legislation, S.536a/A.8077a, introduced by Senator Anna M. Kaplan (D-North Hills) and Assembly Member Danny O’Donnell (D-Morningside Heights).
The U.S. Department of State has updated its International Travel Recommendations.
Here’s a short list from We ACT in Harlem, Newsletter of upcoming events calendar.
Following the competition’s postponement due to the Omicron surge in January, Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) is proud to announce the rescheduled dates.
Schools Chancellor David C. Banks today announced his vision for the future of enrollment and admissions in New York City public schools.
New York City has made enormous progress in our battle against Covid-19 thanks to the hard work of New Yorkers and protective policies that have often been way ahead of the rest of the nation.
The highly anticipated Broadway revival of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf.
New startups need a lot of talent, and not just any talent: they only need the best! This is particularly true in crowded industries like tech or mobile app development.
The New York State Senate passed legislation today, S.536, introduced by Senator Anna M. Kaplan,