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Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins has been released from the hospital after treatment for pneumonia.
Basil A. Paterson, New York’s first African-American Secretary of State and the father of the state’s first Black governor, died at age 87.
Bill de Blasio’s victory as mayor of New York spoke much about New York’s view of an increasingly multicultural America, experts say.
Throughout the country, Nelson Mandela was hailed as a larger-than-life leader who was a role model.
Despite what conservatives try to argue, Black people do vote for white candidates.
Bill de Blasio is invoking liberal themes that are earning him the attention of like-minded officials around the country.
The newly democratically elected president of South Africa came to New York nearly 20 years ago and it was an unforgettable experience.
Patrick Gaspard, the American ambassador to Pretoria, spoke about Nelson Mandela and the relationship between South Africa and the United States.
Bill de Blasio's campaign for mayor has been boosted by his opposition to stop and frisk, something he says is not a surprise to him.
The memorial service for late iconic actress and civil rights activist Ruby Dee will be livestreamed on BET.com on Saturday, Sept. 20.