The Rev. Al Sharpton has invited Hillary Clinton’s biggest nemesis to a soul food breakfast in Harlem. Continue Reading →
A White House that has a work-from-home policy. A president who leaves the office every night at 6:30 p.m to be home in time for dinner.
A richly reported account of the forces threatening America’s historic black colleges and universities—and how diverse leaders nationwide are struggling to keep these institutions and black culture alive for future generations. Continue Reading →
Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel returns from a historic trip to Ethiopia and Kenya in Africa with President Barack Obama. Continue Reading →
“Answer your mail.” Mentors taught this as the first rule of politics when I worked in the U.S. Senate for Missouri’s Stuart Symington in the Seventies. Continue Reading →
Congressman Charles B. Rangel who represents the 13th Congressional District of New York that includes upper Manhattan and parts of the Bronx submitted the following statement into the congressional record in honor of Sergeant Henry Johnson, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his service in World War I by President Barack Obama: Continue Reading →
President Barack Obama wears his Columbia University in Harlem and First Lady Michelle Obama wears her Princeton University t-shirt in support of her “Reach Higher” initiative as they strike a pose for their Alma mater on College Signing Day Celebration. Continue Reading →
Yesterday, the White House with President Obama with the winners of the 2nd Annual White House Student Film Festival. Continue Reading →