Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer will greet students participating in the National School Walkout Against Gun Violence at her Northern Manhattan Office on the morning of Wednesday, March 14, Continue Reading →
NY Daily News reports that an eight-block portion of Harlem once accustomed to gunfire is getting used to peace and quiet.
Tomorrow, members of the NYPD’s 26th, 28th and 32nd precincts will join hundreds of Harlem residents, children and community leaders to kick off “Play Street,” a community wide event aimed Continue Reading →
The group 100 Black Men of New York held what it calls a broad-based emergency summit to address gun violence, equal justice and the recent police shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana Continue Reading →
Harlem Congressman Charles B. Rangel, who represents New York’s 13th Congressional District of New York that includes Harlem (Upper Manhattan) and parts of the Bronx, joined New York State Assemblyman Continue Reading →
A community’s hope to end gun violence echoed through East Harlem on Saturday. The plea comes after 16-year-old Juwan Tavarez was shot in the head last Friday afternoon. He later died Continue Reading →