Americans From Harlem To Hollywood Racked Up $88 Billion Worth Of Medical Debt Last Year

It turns out that you can put a price on your health, and it comes to about $10,000. A new report and poll by West Health and Gallup found that out of 36 developed nations, the United States once again ranks number one in healthcare costs. Continue Reading →

Year Of Return Pan-African Interfaith 400 Years Dialogue In Harlem

President Trump recently signed a bill (HR 1242) that marks the year 2019 being the 400 years since the first enslaved African was brought to the United States. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Electric Cars Or “Horseless Carriages” 1870-1895 (Photographs)

Mass transit or horseless carriages has been part of the landscape uptown since the end of the turn of the 19th century in Harlem.

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From Harlem To Hollywood Pollution In The USA Got Worse In 2018 Study Shows

As researchers warn that the world is running out of time to curb carbon emissions, the United States appears to be heading in the opposite direction, reports Consumer Affairs. Continue Reading →

Half Of All U.S. Adults Have A Family Member Who Has Been Incarcerated From Harlem To Hollywood

A new, first-of-its-kind report released today finds that nearly half of all adults in the United States – approximately 113 million people – have an immediate family member who is either formerly or currently incarcerated. Continue Reading →

Turkey Renames New U.S. Embassy Street After Harlem’s Malcolm X

Reuters reports that the move coincides with a period of fraught relations between Turkey and the United States and comes after other politically charged name changes to streets in Ankara. Continue Reading →

CBC On Trump’s Attack On Low-Income, Immigrants Of Color From Harlem To Hollywood

Today, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in Washington D.C., criticized the Trump Administration’s latest attack on low-income, immigrants of color. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Adriano Espaillat Address Substance Abuse And The National Opioids Crisis

Harlem Representative Adriano Espaillat released the following statement today to address substance abuse and the national opioids crisis. Continue Reading →

East Harlem’s Frank “The Prime Minister” Costello, 1891 – 1973

Frank “the Prime Minister” Costello, born Francesco Castiglia; January 26, 1891 – February 18, 1973, was an Italian-American Mafia gangster and crime boss. Continue Reading →

Meet the Trailblazing Black Servicewomen Who Are Embracing Natural Hair in the Military

Vogue reports that in January of this year, the United States Army revised its grooming and appearance regulations, including its ban on dreadlocks for female soldiers. Continue Reading →