December 1st marks the 24th World AIDS Day, a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.
The AIDS Walk event just south of Harlem in Central Park is a vibrant and powerful gathering that brings together people from all walks of life.
Snoring is a common nighttime symphony that many of us have either performed or been unwilling to listen to.
Kean University welcomed cast members of the iconic TV show A Different World to a President’s Distinguished Lecture Series event on Thursday for a discussion of how college life and culture have changed since the sitcom began 35 years ago.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today signed two bills that will make New York City safer and provide a pathway to opportunity for more New Yorkers.
In the heart of Harlem, the majestic Cathedral of St. John the Divine is preparing to host a poignant service that will reverberate with heartfelt memories.
Three decades ago, the nonprofit The Alliance for Positive Change opened its doors to support New Yorkers at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
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.
Black girls can’t wear natural hair for a black-themed musical production.
Listen to Harlem fave legend Richard Brodsky, talk surviving AIDS, Cancer, his great wife and more during World AIDS Day with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said federal immigration agents were seen in East Harlem and Queens on Saturday, hours before the nationwide roundup of immigrants facing deportation was expected to begin reports Patch.
By Colette V. Paul for Robert’s World On June 11th, 2019, TV One hosted a red-carpet premiere screening of the highly anticipated film, ‘The Bobby DeBarge Story’ at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta.
Join Lyle Ashton Harris‘ in celebration of his latest monograph Today I Shall Judge Nothing that Occurs with an evening of conversation presented by Aperture Foundation the Bureau of General Services-Queer Division.
Governor Cuomo announced today his commitment to end the hepatitis C epidemic in New York State and his continued commitment to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2020 by increasing access to affordable housing for all New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS.
The program includes: Presentation by acclaimed filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, and Screening of “About Face: The Evolution of a Black Producer”; HIV/AIDS Panel discussion; and HIV/HepC Testing by Iris House.