The queen of hip-hop soul has made her mark at the iconic venue in New York City's Harlem neighborhood.
Wise, a subject of Ava Duvernay's "When They See Us," was exonerated in 2002 after serving 14 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
Alelia Murphy's words of advice for living a long life: "Treat people right."
“I asked him this morning how he feels about it," the Central Park Five miniseries director wrote. "He said, ‘They give me love and I give them love. It’s good.’”
Lucas climbed the ranks of crime in Harlem in the 1960s and ’70s, becoming a major drug dealer known for supplying huge amounts of particularly potent heroin.
A HuffPost investigation has revealed claims of abuse at a school run by a notorious anti-gay pastor in New York.
“If Beale Street Could Talk” breathes life into Hollywood’s depictions of black love. HuffPost’s Taryn Finley and Zeba Blay break down why.
The "Luke Cage" star talks power, sexuality, and the rifts among black people in the series' second season.
All over the United States, people like Stephanie McGraw are working to make positive and lasting change in the lives of
Firefighter Michael R. Davidson, a father of four, was found unconscious after becoming separated from other firefighters.
The industry has changed.
"To me nothing is more important than inclusion and representation for children," he told HuffPost.
Kaep is reclaiming his protest as GQ’s “Citizen of the Year.”
"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter," the Harlem rapper tweeted.
White people think calling lower Harlem "SoHa" is a good idea. 😒
By Peter Blauner In the equatorial heat of a July morning in Harlem, a middle-aged lady in thigh-high plastic boots was standing