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“I Don’t Forgive This Woman at All” Says 9-Year-Old Accused

Borough President Eric Adams recently indicated that he was considering pressing charges against Teresa Klein, 53, now known as Cornerstore Caroline. Although this label preceded her entry onto the public scene, she has by her actions, made it her own. In the process, she’s also made it a lightning rod and a cautionary tale. Fortunately […]Read More

Food for the Soul: The 4th Annual Madiba Humanitarian Awards

A powerfully enriching and wonderfully entertaining evening was enjoyed by attendees at the Fourth Annual Madiba Humanitarian Awards at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, October 13th. Presented by the Bedford Stuyvesant Museum of African Art (BSMAA) and organized by its Founder and Executive Director Vira Lynn Jones, the event commemorated what would have been the […]Read More

Cosby’s In Jail, A 3rd Kavanaugh Accuser Comes Forth, A

Fallen icon Bill Cosby’s three-to-ten-year prison sentence, delivered on September 24th, left some New Yorkers shocked and others relieved. He was found guilty of three counts of aggravated sexual assault on Andrea Constand, former director of the women’s basketball team at Temple University. Speculation had been that he might walk with probation and no time […]Read More

Women Fight Back by Running the Race

Caveats aside, it’s still historic! The indisputable truth is that 256 women have won Congressional primaries across the nation and are on the ballot in November—234 in the House of Representatives and 22 in the U.S. Senate. The closest we’ve come to this is… nowhere. Many women candidates say they are fed up with an […]Read More

How Hard Can This Be? Anita Hill to Judiciary Committee

“In 1991, the Senate Judiciary Committee had an opportunity to demonstrate its appreciation for both the seriousness of sexual harassment claims and the need for public confidence in the character of a nominee to the Supreme Court. It failed on both counts.” This is Anita Hill’s opening salvo in “How to Get the Kavanaugh Hearings […]Read More

Grace Jones, AUDELCO Board Chair, Leaves a Loving Legacy

Black theater lovers across New York City and the nation are mourning the loss and celebrating the contributions of Grace Jones, board president of AUDELCO (Audience Development Committee, Inc.). Jones passed away on Monday (?) at age __ after 13 years heading the valued New York City based organization. Founded in 1973 by Vivian Robinson […]Read More

Vote Like Your Life Depended on It! What to Know

We’ve been hearing it a lot – that there’s never been a more critical time to vote than right now. Those who cite frustrations with: the Electoral College and with gerrymandering, hacking, physical tampering, intimidation and other forms of voter suppression, are advised that sheer numbers are the best way to nullify those threats. But […]Read More