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On the new theGrio series, “Unheard,” Mualimm-ak, executive director of Incarcerated Nation Network, talks about his time confined.
Two weeks after her “Citi Bike Karen” incident was caught on video, the white woman at the center could do the right thing and apologize.
The City Council unanimously approved a “Homeless Bill of Rights” last month that would make New York the first big U.S. city to establish an explicit right to sleep in at least some public places.
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The Jordan Neely funeral at Mount Neboh Baptist Church included a eulogy from the Rev. Al Sharpton Friday in Manhattan.
Around Manhattan and elsewhere in the city, hotels that served tourists just a few years ago have become de facto emergency shelters.
Grace Bumbry, a pioneering mezzo-soprano who became the first Black singer to perform at Germany’s Bayreuth Festival, has died.
Jordan Neely’s death by chokehold shines a light on New York’s law that governs the use of force by civilians and the risks of chokeholds.