Mayor de Blasio Announce Office For The Prevention Of Hate Crimes Opening

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that the Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes (OPHC) will open this summer and be embedded in the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice. Continue Reading →

City Parks Free Family Adventure Race In Inwood

City Parks Foundation’s “Family Adventure Race” is an exciting, parent-child race that incorporates basic exercises and sports skills, and provides a healthy, one-hour dose of fun for parents and youth aged 7-12. Continue Reading →

FDNY Lieutenant Sues Department Over Racial Discrimination After Event In Harlem

A white firefighter has sued the FDNY after claiming he was barred from participating in a color guard ceremony honoring deceased members of the Vulcan Society — a fraternal organization of black firefighters in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dapper Dan Reveals Plans To Take Gucci To Task Over Sambo Faced Sweaters

Bossip reports that if you’ve been paying attention to the news this week, Gucci, Prada, and Moncler have all been under fire for their use of historically racist imagery in recent designs. Continue Reading →

Gale A. Brewer Statement On Defacement Of FDNY Ambulances Uptown

Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer issued the following statement:

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“Who We Are, A Chronicle Of Racism In America” From Harlem To Hollywood

In partnership with Culture Project, Liberated People, and Off Center Productions, Jeffery Robinson, Deputy Legal Director and the Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Trone Center for Justice and Equality…

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Professor Rants About ‘Caucasian A-Holes’ In Harlem

Patch reports that a white college professor living in Harlem raised some eyebrows this weekend when he took to social media to complain about “little Caucasian a-holes” in his neighborhood, according to reports. Continue Reading →

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