Senate Passes Hoylman’s Police STAT Act, Requiring Reporting Of Deaths In Police Custody And More

Today, the New York State Senate voted to pass the Police Statistics and Transparency Act (S.1830-C/A.10609) that ill affect New Yorker from Harlem to the Hudson. Continue Reading →

Barack Obama Will Address The Nation To Discuss George Floyd’s Death And Police Reforms This Evening

President Barack Obama will address in a virtual town the death of  , stressing the importance of “ensuring that this moment becomes one for real change.” Continue Reading →

Top 10 Impressive Historical Monuments Worth Knowing

Do you know what the most famous historical place in the world is? If you are a history fanatic, then you may wonder where you can travel to get a precious lesson on history. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Measure Of A Man, From Auschwitz Survivor To Presidents’ Tailor (Video)

He’s been called “America’s greatest living tailor” is in New York and “the most interesting man in the world.” Now, for the first time, Holocaust survivor Martin Greenfield tells his incredible life story. Continue Reading →

Justice-Involved Artists Teach Harlem Nursing Home Residents At How To ‘Paint & Sip’ Party

A community benefit partnership between The Fortune Society and The Allure Group will provide nursing home residents in Harlem with a new take on popular “paint & sip” parties. Continue Reading →

Investors Join The Greatest Chapter In America As The Percy Sutton Legacy Continues

Advanced Consulting Inc., is looking to put a Hotel / Resort on its well-known Boardwalk, becoming the first African-American owned reports the Digital Journal. Continue Reading →

Shirley Chisholm’s Harlem Years 1946-1950’s first black woman elected to the United States Congress,

Shirley Anita Chisholm (née St. Hill; November 30, 1924 – January 1, 2005) was an American politician, educator, and author. Continue Reading →