Taking a snapshot of a community in America. Community like most, where people call home, families live, work, educate their children and enjoy life. Continue Reading →
Dame wants no part of Stacey’s ride-or-die Republicanisms. Actress Stacey Dash was once regarded as an ageless Hollyweird beauty, but her choice to begin publicly supporting GOP policies & tactics that very obviously work against African-Americans has gotten her the label of a top-tier sellout for many in the black community.
Badillo applauded our goals but sharply disagreed with our militant tactics. Mayor Lindsay ordered the police to arrest more than a hundred of us in the church, whereupon Badillo suddenly intervened as a mediator of the conflict.
“This is such a great country and I love it so much. I was raised in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty and when I graduated from law school, having been the only one in my family having gone to college, I think my mother said, thank you, Jesus, and I said something like thanks for the Constitution and thanks for being born in America. Continue Reading →
Harlem speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito will be meeting members of New York-based community and ethnic media to share her vision on issues ranging from the City Council’s legislative agenda to housing, health, immigration and education. Continue Reading →
Why is one of the country’s most esteemed, provocative, and deeply religious intellectuals dialoguing with the world’s most radical revolutionary and important communist thinker? Continue Reading →
From Council member Mark Levine
Want to talk about how you can discuss where your money should be spent when it comes to the Council budget? Get involved in the Participatory Budgeting and help invest in Harlem.
Congressman Charles B. Rangel welcomed Reverend Dr. Calvin O. Butts, III to the nation’s capital, as the nationally-renowned pastor of the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
By Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel
I am certain that the US-led coalition can defeat the Islamic terrorist groups in the Middle East. But if we ultimately must put boots on the ground, we should only do so when our entire nation is fully committed to sharing the burden – when we reinstate the draft and enact a war tax. Continue Reading →
In a letter to the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, dated September 17, 2014, Congressman Charles B. Rangel, advocated that New York City follow the lead of other metropolitan municipalities. Continue Reading →