April 20 Issue

March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, which highlights the extraordinary contributions made by women throughout the nation. More »

April 13 Issue

Earlier this month, 6,000 youth from across the tri-state area came together at Radio City Music Hall in New York City for WE Day, a youth empowerment event that celebrates everyday heroes and proves no one is too young to change the world. More »

April 6 Issue

On Thursday, March 30 the 20th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum was held at Columbia University’s Miller Theatre from 6 to 9pm. More »

 

Category Archives: QUEENS

Queens April 20 Issue

March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, which highlights the extraordinary contributions made by women throughout the nation. Healthfirst celebrated Women’s History Month with a stellar tribute to 11 trailblazing women at its second annual Women’s History Month Community

Queens April 13 Issue

Earlier this month, 6,000 youth from across the tri-state area came together at Radio City Music Hall in New York City for WE Day, a youth empowerment event that celebrates everyday heroes and proves no one is too young to

Queens April 6 Issue

On Thursday, March 30 the 20th Annual David N. Dinkins Leadership and Public Policy Forum was held at Columbia University’s Miller Theatre from 6 to 9pm.

Queens March 30 Issue

Women business owners from across New York City and beyond came together last week for the annual “Uptown Women Business Owners” photo shoot, lunch and networking event.

Queens March 16 Issue

On Friday, March 17, Assemblymember Inez E. Dickens honored “Women in Print Media” at an Awards Breakfast held at the Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building.

Queens March 16 Issue

It’s the time of year to roll up your sleeves and do some spring cleaning. Experts point out that it’s helpful to streamline the tools you use to do the job and the tasks you seek to accomplish.

Queens March 9 Issue

The New York Urban League (NYUL) honored corporations that have uniquely paired meeting unmet customer needs with products and services celebrating diversity at its 14th Annual Champions of Diversity (COD) Awards Breakfast.

Queens February 23 Issue

More than 1,500 people packed Riverside Church for an opening gala reception for the 8th annual Harlem Fine Arts Show. The reception was also a salute to African American medical professionals in the Tri-State area, where 16 practitioners were recognized.

Queens February 16 Issue

On Thursday, February 9, Adam Clayton Powell IV and his son, Adam Clayton Powell V, attended the first preview of “ADAM,” a bio drama by Peter DeAnda that dramatizes the political life and legacy of the legendary Harlem Congressman Adam

Queens February 9 Issue

While there have been exhibitions about individual black designers, such as Stephen Burrows and Patrick Kelly, this exhibition explores the experiences of several generations of fashion designers of African descent from