Mass Protest March And Rally To Declare To All Officials, Enough Is Enough In Harlem!

Black Lives Matter of Greater New York (BLMNY), The Black Institute (TBI), Abyssinian Baptist Church, Riverside Church, Continue Reading →

Faith Leaders From Harlem To Hollywood Demand A&E Networks To End Hate Broadcasting

Ministers from Harlem, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Manhattan, Staten Island, and the Harlem Ebony Awakening Choir joined a delegation from the LA Faith Coalition today at A&E Network’s headquarters in New York City to deliver a message to A&E CEO Paul Buccieri. Continue Reading →

NAACP Calls For Facebook Protest After Russia Used Social Media To Suppress Black Voters

NAACP took to Twitter on December 17, 2018, to announce that it has returned a monetary donation recently received from Facebook and calling on supporters to log out of Facebook and Instagram on December 18, 2018. Continue Reading →

At Harlem Press Conference Bob Marley’s Granddaughter Demands Better Police Protocol

Billboard reports that should have been an uneventful stay for Donisha Prendergast, the eldest grandchild of Bob and Rita Marley, in the suburban community of Rialto, California, instead became an unexpected news story that has unfolded under increasingly familiar circumstances. Continue Reading →

Mothers Of Victims Of Police Shootings #STAND For Day Of Action

The Truth, Hope and Justice Initiative will mobilize mothers and supporters from across the country today for a day of action on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Continue Reading →

‘Orange Is New Black’ Actor Arrested In Harlem

Page Six reports that TV actor who has appeared in “Orange is the New Black” and “How to Get Away with Murder” was arrested during a Black Lives Matter protest in Harlem, police said. Continue Reading →

A “Time To Stir, Columbia ’68” From Harlem To Harare

For seven days in April 1968, students occupied five buildings on the campus of Columbia University to protest a planned gymnasium in a nearby links between the university and the Vietnam War, and what they saw as the university’s unresponsive attitude toward students and faculty. Continue Reading →

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