Standing Fast Against White House Declaration Of War Against Our Cities

“Within these past couples of months, we have seen a resurgence of activism and social unrest from Americans throughout our country. Continue Reading →

NY Coalition Of One Hundred Black Women Propose Policy Changes Following George Floyd’s Death

By Barbara Kairson, Ph.D., President, NY Coalition of One Hundred Black Women

The members of The New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women, Inc., founding Chapter of the Coalition of One Hundred Black Women, Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: What A Real Conversation About Race Would Entail

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By Michael McQuillan

In June 1993 the Richmond-based Hope in the Cities conducted a pioneering “Unity Walk” in what was once the Confederate capital and then a source of massive resistance to court-ordered school integration. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dickens And Other Electeds Introduce “Right To Record Act”

Right to Record Act recroppedOn July 14, Council Member Jumaane D. Williams, Deputy Leader, and Council Member Helen Rosenthal, Chair of the Committee on Contracts, held a press conference to announce the introduction of the “Right to Record Act”. Continue Reading →

Amber Riley And MAJOR Sing For ‘Change’ In New Anthem At WNBA Sparks Game (Audio/Photos)

la21Last weekend, The WNBA’s L.A. Sparks invited mega-producer Harmony Samuels’ new artist MAJOR and Amber Riley GLEE to sing their latest single/anthem “Change Right Now,” in response to the recent tragedies that have taken place (i.e: Alton Sterling, Philander Castile, Orlando), that has affected us all from Harlem to Harare.  Continue Reading →