By Jackie Weatherspoons Black History Month will be celebrated at St. Philips Church in collaboration with St. Philips Church Credit Union, RAP-SI Reading, Achievement, Professionalism Success Institute a project of the CUNY BMI (Black Male Initiative).
We showed the video yesterday of Rep. Michael Grimm threatening a NY1 reporter reporter Mike Scott.
Well, it looks like Wednesday could be a tough PR day for Rep. Michael Grimm R New York defended his actions late Tuesday night after he physically threatened NY1 News reporter reporter Mike Scotto at the Capitol after President Obama’s State of the Union.
On Tuesday, January 28th, the Next Level Sports & Business Group will combine with the NFLPA’s former players, NY/NJ chapter, to host the inaugural Next Level Sports & Business Conference, taking place in Harlem, NY, at Riverbank State Park.
Beginning in February the Hip Hop Hall of Fame Museum will embark on a educational promotion entitled ’28 Days of Hip Hop and History’ celebrating Black History Month.
The Niggerati was the name used, with deliberate irony, by Wallace Thurman for the group of young African American artists and intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance. “Niggerati” is a portmanteau of “nigger” and “literati”.
Two weeks ago, over 50 members and allies of WE ACT came together to talk about environmental justice and health issues that are impacting their lives and community.
The Super Bowl is coming to MetLife Stadium on February 2, 2014, and the Harlem area will host a afew of related events in the week leading up to the big game.
A charter school located in Washington Heights, New York is coming under great scrutiny for the way they choose to discipline children who misbehave.
By Seitu Oronde Today represents what would have been the 85th birthday of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,. People assembled from all over the city to help celebrate this legend.
With the eyes of the nation on the New York area during next month’s Super Bowl, Broadway naturally wants some of that attention.
In the 1800s, free blacks were sometimes lured from the safety of their hometowns, abducted, and sold into slavery.
One of the most respected coaches in the NYC prep scene suddenly died over the weekend. Wadleigh’s Mike Crump suffered a fatal brain aneurysm on Saturday evening.
Even in death, peace seemed to elude little Myls Dobson. On Wednesday evening, one week after the badly beaten and burned boy was found in the apartment of the woman caring for him, his body was claimed at the morgue in New York.
Developers can relax — Mayor Bill de Blasio won’t turn Harlem and/or New York City into a communistic realm where no one can build a candy store without including “affordable” apartments.