Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020
More Black Voters are with Bernie
After watching Joe Biden stumble, some Black voters are flocking to Senator Bernie Sanders, who they believe is a better choice for their community.
Diverse books are lacking in the NYC elementary curriculum
Parents and students on the steps of the Tweed Courthouse, which houses the city’s Department of Education, voicing their displeasure […]
Special Report: Midterm Elections 2018
Fear of Voter Suppression Energizes Georgia Democrats
Martha Johnson, 73, makes calls reminding locals to vote in the upcoming midterm election at the Democratic Field Office in […]
Social Justice Art showcases tough memories and hopes
Some installations focus on the role of African American women in society, while others call attention to the years of slavery.
NYC Sparx gives Bronx girls a love of STEM and art
one of the main challenges for girls from minority communities who want to get into technology, including Latina or African-American girls, is economics.
African American parents protest Garner decision
African American parents join protestors in asking for justice in the aftermath of the grand jury decision not to indict the police officer who killed unarmed Eric Garner when attempting to arrest him for selling loose cigarettes.
Rally in memory of Trayvon Martin
February 26th marks the second anniversary of Trayvon Martin's death. Protestors rallied this week in an effort to demand justice for his death and others like him
Special Report: Election 2012
Black Voters Face Pressure from Voting Restrictions and from One Another
Some African-American voters feel they are under pressure in the Nov. 6 elections to vote for Barack Obama.
Hair salon reflects changing neighborhood
Diversity has brought hope and new clients to Crown Heights.
Hip-hop artists raise HIV/AIDS awareness within African-American community
Local artists perform at M.A.D. Wednesday’s to promote HIV/AIDS awareness.