Harlem unveils BLACK LIVES MATTER Street Mural paid for by community members

Photos Credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell Harlem Park to Park in partnership with Got To Stop Social Impact Agency and Senator Brian Benjamin kicked off the Painting of the Harlem BLACK LIVES MATTER Street Mural stretching across Adam Clayton Powell Jr. … Read More

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams unveils second Black Lives Matter mural in New York City

Photo credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, along with several City and State officials, unveiled a Black Lives Matter mural on the street along the stretch of Joralemon Street between Adams and Court Streets. Large yellow letters … Read More

The Africa Center unveils art installation in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement

The Africa Center unveiled in Harlem, on Juneteenth, a new 45-foot window installation in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Related Images:

AU warns citizens against travelling to USA after killing of Blacks

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The African Union Commission (AUC) on Monday warned Africans against travelling to the United States of America (USA) due to security concerns after the number of unarmed black civilians murdered has dramatically increased. According to the caution notice, made available … Read More

Coalition and partners Launch “Black Immigrant Engagement Initiative”

A coalition of immigrant advocates representing Black, African, Caribbean, and Afro-Latino communities announced this month a new collaboration to engage and uplift black immigrants called the Black Immigrant Engagement Initiative (BIEI). This initiative will support black immigrant-led community-based organizations and legal … Read More

Photos: Imagenation Revolution Awards

By Isseu Diouf Campbell Imagenation, a Harlem-based media arts group, hosted its first Revolution Awards on February 20, 2016 at the SVA Theater in Manhattan. The event honored Ava Duvernay, Hill Harper, Melissa Harris-Perry, Danai Gurira and Black Lives Matter. … Read More

Justice Department Finds a Pattern of Civil Rights Violations by the Ferguson Police Department

Washington — The Justice Department announced the findings of its two civil rights investigations related to Ferguson, Missouri, today. The Justice Department found that the Ferguson Police Department (FPD) engaged in a pattern or practice of conduct that violates the … Read More