NYC Commission On Human Rights Charges Against Businesses From Harlem To Hollywood

The NYC Commission on Human Rights announced charges today against 12 local and national businesses for violating the Fair Chance Act. Continue Reading →

George Bundy Smith, Yale Civil Rights “Freedom Rider” Passes At Home In Harlem

A retired judge on New York state’s highest court who was arrested as a civil rights “Freedom Rider” while a Yale law student has died. George Bundy Smith was 80.

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MFY Legal Services Becomes Mobilization For Justice From Harlem To Hollis

MFY Legal Services (MFY), which began in 1963 as the legal arm of Mobilization for Youth, a large anti-poverty program on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, has changed its name to Mobilization for Justice. Continue Reading →

Harlem Man P. Diddy On Instagram Gives No Free Pass On Copyright Law

As Biggie said “Mo Money Mo Problems” – Last month, a New York-based photojournalist filed suit against Diddy’s record label, Bad Boy Records, for posting a photo of none other than P. Diddy himself on his own Instagram account. Continue Reading →