Statements In Support Of The Senate Majority’s Policing Reforms Legislative Package

Dr. Hazel N. Dukes, President of the NAACP New York State Conference and a Member of the NAACP National Board of Directors, said, Continue Reading →

Support The BET Networks COVID-19 Relief Effort For Creative, Civil Rights And Business Communities

Today, BET announces an array of high impact initiatives to support communities of color impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue Reading →

Disrupting Racial And Ethnic Disparities 2.0, NYers Of Color Face Inequalities From Harlem To Hollis

Older New Yorkers of color are more threatened by gentrification, more likely to skip prescription medications because of cost, more burdened by utility bills, and more financially squeezed by the responsibilities of family caregiving than older White New Yorkers. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Pauli Murray, The First Black Woman To Be Ordained As An Episcopal Priest

Anna Pauline “Pauli” Murray, 1910–1985, was an American civil rights activist, women’s rights activist, lawyer, Episcopal priest, and author. Continue Reading →

Los Angeles: It’s Showtime As Keke Palmer Premieres “PIMP” With Patrick Riley, Sidra Smith And Others

Vertical Entertainment’s film ‘”PIMP'” starring Keke Palmer, will premiere on Showtime on Friday, December 28, 2018, at 11 PM ET/PT. Continue Reading →

NAACP Calls For Facebook Protest After Russia Used Social Media To Suppress Black Voters

NAACP took to Twitter on December 17, 2018, to announce that it has returned a monetary donation recently received from Facebook and calling on supporters to log out of Facebook and Instagram on December 18, 2018. Continue Reading →

“The Day Harlem Saved Dr. King,” Celebration In Harlem

On September 20th, 1958, 29 year-old Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was in Harlem autographing his book Stride Toward Freedom, about the Montgomery Alabama bus boycott in front of Blumstein’s Department Store on West 125th Street. Continue Reading →