Op-Ed: We Must Engage College Students To Help Bridge The Digital Divide

New York City is still trying to devise a plan on how to educate all of its 1.1 million, approximately 70 percent Black and Latinx, public school children. Become a Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: The Urgent Need For Long-Term Small Business Relief From Harlem To Hawaii

By John Lettieri, president, & CEO, Economic Innovation Group Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and the heart of our communities, and the economic fallout from the pandemic Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: From Black Wall Street To Today, It’s Time To Address The Systematic Devastation Of Black-Owned Businesses

By Regina Smith Ninety-nine years ago this month, a murderous, racist mob looted and torched Black Wall Street, decimating Tulsa’s once-thriving African-American business district. Become a Harlem insider – Sign-Up Continue Reading →

NYABJ Condemns NY Times For Offensive Op-ed Chapter To Hold Virtual Town Hall Meeting

The New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) condemns The New York Times for publishing June 3, 2020, op-ed written by Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton, who called for a Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: The Pandemic Has No Franklin Roosevelt

By Mike McQuillan “What’s your sense of how long this will last, till I get a haircut and garden role,” a friend asked as our dogs played in rain. Become Continue Reading →