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A viral video causes them to speak up.
Elderly folks can't be the exclusive conversation when talking about vulnerable people.
The Obama portraits will embark on a national museum tour in 2021.
11-year-old Obocho Peters opened a thrift store in Brooklyn to help underprivileged families.
Critics of an initiative to stop fare evasion say residents living in poverty are punished and harkens back to New…
A shocking encounter involves a woman getting attacked and being called a racial slur.
After her son was diagnosed with a disorder that left him visually impaired, a Brooklyn mom created a braille clothing…
This Black millennial entrepreneur opened up an affordable vegan restaurant in Brooklyn.
His mother also has some words for Teresa Klein.
Teresa Klein may have to pay for her actions.
After spending 27 years behind bars for a crime that he didn’t commit, John Bunn is advocating for reading in…
The largest state park in New York City will be named after Shirley Chisholm.
The West Indian Day parade is in full swing in New York City.
The unidentified woman was an EMT.
New York City’s annual West Indian American Day Carnival will kick off Monday, September 4, 2017 at 11 a.m.
A White restaurant owner uses fake bullet holes and 40-ounce wine to promote her eatery in a gentrifying Brooklyn community.
A 17-year-old girl was either lured or pushed by a male student into a boy’s bathroom at P.S. 165 in…
A Black man's lawyer says the prosecutor is protecting a politically-connected Hasidic Jewish Man.
The congressman used the House floor to rep Biggie Smalls and Brooklyn to the fullest.
Because of an assistant principal from Brownsville, Brooklyn, a young girl whose family is homeless will hopefully have the money…