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Retired Harlem Educator Dr. Michelle King-Huger Inspires with Memoir

From D.I.V.A. to Disabled Even before her multiple sclerosis diagnosis, retired Harlem Assistant Principal Dr. Michelle King-Huger (Dr. Michelle) referred to herself as a D.I.V.A. – “A Determined Individual with a Victorious Attitude.” In her inspirational and spiritual diary From D.I.V.A to Disabled: A Determined Individual with a Victorious Attitude (Christian Faith Publishing), Dr. Michelle […]Read More

Update on 591 Carlton Avenue: The Strange Saga and Injustice Continue

  By Maitefa Angaza Our Time Press revisits a story first published last spring on the deed theft last January of a deceased woman’s home (Clarice Gray) at 591 Carlton Avenue in Prospect Heights. This occurred after death of her adopted daughter Paula Sanford. In a breathtakingly egregious set of events, a false deed was […]Read More

Whats Going On

Friday, September 20th Affordable Housing Lottery: Athena Apartments Brown Memorial Baptist Church, 52 Gates Ave., 2-4pm, FREE. IMPACCT Brooklyn invites all to attend a Community Information Session and get ready to submit a stronger housing application for two buildings at 909 Atlantic Ave. and 1043 Fulton St.  Saturday, September 21st Brooklyn March Against Gentrification, Racism […]Read More

Crown Heights Jews & Blacks Celebrate Unity

By Kimari Clarke     African-American and Jewish residents of Crown Heights yesterday came together in Brower Park on Brooklyn Avenue and Prospect Place to celebrate and promote unity in the neighborhood. The event, the 4th Annual “One Crown Heights Neighborhood” Festival, saw families enjoying a day of food, games, portrait painting and community networking. City Council Majority […]Read More

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“We are a resilient people, we will rebuild.”  

Prime Minister Hubert Minnis Freeport, Grand Bahama (CNN)–Miles of debris from houses smashed apart by Hurricane Dorian stretched Tuesday across the landscape of the Bahamas’ Great Abaco Island as the deadly storm left behind a paradise obliterated. Dorian was still punishing northern parts of the Bahamas more than a day after landfall. The hurricane–now a Category […]Read More

Philip Henry Goldman, Jr.Feb. 4, 1934 – Aug. 27, 2019

      Philip Henry Goldman, Jr., a treasured member of his Brooklyn community, departed to join his God and his ancestors on August 28, 2019. Born on February 4, 1934 in Bedford-Stuyvesant, he was the firstborn child of the late Philip Goldman Sr. and Martha Jeffress Goldman. They were both originally from Philadelphia, but they agreed that […]Read More