Harlem’s Claude Jay’s New “Find Your Light, Read The Signs Of Time” (Video)

Find Your Light (Read the Signs of Time), a dance/house music classic, is re-released for 2020 to bring hope and light to a dark place and time. “When you come from darkness into the light”. Continue Reading →

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 →

125th Street BID Continues Its “Harlem Canvas For Change” Project On 125th Street In Harlem

125th Street BID continues its “Harlem Canvas For Change” project based on the protest regarding the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, Philando Castile and sadly many others. 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 →

Families, Rights Groups Demand U.N. Investigate U.S. Police Brutality, Protest Suppression

In an unprecedented move, the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, and Philando Castile, together with over 600 rights groups led by the American Civil Liberties Union and U.S. Human Rights Network. Continue Reading →

“Evidence Of Innocence” Hosted By Attorney Benjamin Crump Premieres On TV One

TV One’s Evidence of Innocence spotlights the unbelievable true stories of four people who endured this life-altering nightmare-innocent of crimes for which they were arrested and ultimately imprisoned. Continue Reading →

Doc Film Celebrates Life And Work Of Community Muralist, Artist, Activist, Edy Boone (Video)

Beginning on Tuesday nights at 8PM, the award-winning documentary series America ReFramed will debut it’s fifth season on WORLD Channel with a selection of diverse films that highlight innovative and artistic approaches to storytelling from emerging and veteran filmmakers alike. Continue Reading →


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