Today, SOMOS, a network of over 2,500 doctors serving nearly 800,000 largely immigrant New Yorkers – announced that it will offer on-site COVID-19 testing for an initial 300 schools in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan.
ABC Owned Television Stations stage a one-day-only virtual census phone bank in partnership with the Hispanic Federation and the support of the U.S. Census Bureau for a nationwide outreach to be held on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.
Today, AARP announced six New York organizations will receive 2020 Community Challenge grants – part of the largest number of grantees to date with more than $2.4 million awarded among 184 organizations nationwide.
Dr. Hazel N. Dukes, President of the NAACP New York State Conference and a Member of the NAACP National Board of Directors, said,
Charter Communications, Inc. today announced the creation of Spectrum Scholars, a two-year educational program for eligible rising juniors with financial need.
Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas and several other cities are calling on delivery companies,
By C. Virginia Fields Twenty-three years ago, right when I was running for my first term as Manhattan Borough President, the HIV/AIDS community reached two very different milestones in the fight against the epidemic.
With the unanswered question of how long the coronavirus (COVID-19) is going to be with us, many consumers are asking themselves an even more important question — what do we do about the travel plans we’ve already made?
Taking a cue from San Francisco and Philadelphia, the New York City Council has voted to ban cashless stores and restaurants, claiming that they put consumers who don’t have access to a bank account at a disadvantage.
Today, State Senator Brad Hoylman (D/WF-Manhattan) announced plans to introduce new legislation to protect the rights of intersex New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced unprecedented global recognition for nine innovative climate action projects in New York City from Harlem to Hollis.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Council Member Ben Kallos, Council Member Miller, AARP and advocates rallied today to make New York City first city in the nation to create a universal retirement savings program.
Harlem is known for its firsts, from the Patricia Era Bath, the first woman member of the Jules Stein Eye Institute to Samuel Jesse Battle the NYPD’s first black lieutenant to Shirley Chisholm the first black woman elected to Congress and many, many more firsts.
The NY Jets and the NY Giants have done great community work in Harlem, as part of its ongoing Inspire Change platform, the National Football League today announced that eight social justice organizations are receiving grants, as approved by the joint NFL owner-player working group.
Mayor de Blasio today put President Trump on notice for the millions of dollars his properties will owe under new climate change legislation that requires large buildings in New York City to dramatically cut their greenhouse gas emissions.