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Black Lives Matter Flag at PS 110 Stolen and Replaced with an All Lives Matter Flag
The PTA says it’s the third time this year that this has happened.
Parents Allege That PS 132 Has Not Fulfilled Anti-Racist Education Promise
Parents For Change is fighting for inclusion and equality at PS 132.
Williamsburg’s Forgotten Great Abolitionist Editor: Willis Hodges
Last week I spoke about Brooklyn’s great poet Walt Whitman who served as the editor of Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Daily News in the late 1850s, but I also mentioned the name […]
Historic Documents Highlight Local History of Slavery
It’s February and Black History Month has started, a time when we recall the huge African-American contribution to our country. Ask many educated New Yorkers and you may find that […]
Greenpoint’s Long, But Forgotten African-American History
It’s Black History Month when we celebrate African-American contributions to our country, but many born and raised Greenpointers who pride themselves on knowing local history would be shocked to learn […]