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Big Sean’s Inspiring Radio City Music Hall Performance Was A Night To Remember

“New York, I’ve waited my whole life to be on this stage. Right here, right now,” Big Sean told the sold-out crowd at New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall on…

Help Support The 2017 Afro-Latino Festival Celebrate Women Creators

This summer New York City will host the annual Afro-Latino Festival for its fifth consecutive year. The two-day event will take place on July 7 and 8 and will include…

‘Are You Brave Enough?’ Festival Promotes Women Firefighters In New York City

New York City has the lowest number of women firefighters out of any major city spanning the United States, holding 0.5 percent of all the profession’s positions. The…

Historically Racist NYC Law That Prevents Dancing In Bars Is Being Petitioned

We’ve heard of specific dances being made illegal because of the passion and sexual explicitness they exude, but according to the “Let NYC

Little Simz Brings The Heat To A Glacial NYC On ‘Stillness In Wonderland’ Tour

“She probably brings out the most diverse crowds.” Straight from the mouth of a fellow Simbi fan, shivering with anticipation to finally get into Webster Hall Saturday…

Woman Verbally Attacks Muslim Couple, Latina Bystander Chin-Checks Her In Solidarity

It’s never a pleasant experience watching a person of color verbally attack another person of color in the name of “American” patriotism—as if we don’t have a common…

Man Arrested For 1999 Homicide After Cops Nabbed Him For Skipping On Subway Fare

The crimes of one man’s past caught up to him in the form of fare evasion. According to the New York Daily News, Curtis Batchelor was arrested for the 1999 murder of a…

If You Ask These Women’s March Protesters, Here’s How The Minority Will Overthrow Trump’s America

Just two weeks before the Women’s March in Washington, co-organizers Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour are facing a verbal roadblock. While handling reporters and putting…

NYC Aims To Repay Three Homeless Men After NYPD, Sanitation Workers Tarnished Their Belongings

In a statement issued by the New York Civil Liberties Union, New York City seeks to reimburse three homeless men whose belongings were destroyed by NYPD officers and…