A growing number of Africans are choosing the Bronx as their migration destination.
Fair-skinned enough to pass for a white man, South African freedom fighter Eddie Daniels would rather be classified as black.
They say you can’t take it with you, but a tour of Woodlawn’s palatial tombs and faux temples reveals that many of its residents died trying.
You could hear it everywhere – on the radio and throughout the club circuit; the music was inescapable. If you were in or around the Bronx in the 1980s and early 1990s, and you were Latino, then there is a definite chance that freestyle music touched your life.
By Earl Mcfield Bronx Journal Staff Writer When Arturo Alfonso Schomburg was growing up in his native Puerto Rico, a teacher told him that, “black people have no history, no heroes, and no great moments.” The statement made such an impact on the young boy, that he set out on a life-long crusade to prove […]
Este no es el mes de fiesta hispana. Es el mes de la herencia hispana. Deberíamos ponerle un acento a la palabra herencia.
African-American artists use history to infuse feeling into their work at the Westchester Arts Councils Gallery.