National Geographic Original Films and Urbanworld Film Festival 2023 is opening in Manhattan a **Special Sneak Preview** of the series, Genius: MLK/X. Special guest and partners will have the opportunity to witness the formative years of both Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X and how their identities were shaped and influenced by their upbringing. King by the Jim Crow-era South his church life and find his voice at Morehouse College and Boston College and X witnessing deadly violence of the Klan which later brought his voice.
Two days ago the Seminole County Sheriff Office discovered the remains of 26-year-old Trodarius Rainey in the Lake Jesup Park. Trodarius Rainey and Tiffany Church , 35, were last seen on Wednesday in a black Toyota Camry with Florida tag JKMN34, according to deputies. The vehicle was later found at the 1980 Cameron Avenue in Sanford, Florida early the next morning. Deputies stated that there was evidence inside of the car that indicated the couple's disappearance were considered endangered. A Public Notice was issued for the whereabouts.
According to the National Hurricane Service and the National Weather Service, Hurricane Dorian still remains at large with dangerous winds heading northward just off the shore of Florida. Coastal flooding is expected through Wednesday stemming from the expected long-duration of rain, storm surge, damaging winds, and isolation of the tornadoes to the area.
Extortion is an organized crime committed by criminals who solicit the public for money and favors by obtaining a service. Kevin Hart was recently a victim of threatened force during the week of August 17-20, 2017. Under Common Law, fear, violence, and color of official light can and will destroy individuals to harm the reputation using an unfavorable government action "the police."
Brooklyn Pedestrians are no longer safe today due to a senseless shooting near the Barclay Center on September 20, 2017. For Matthew Passaro, 45, safe streets for Seniors was a program under measurement when the shooting took place leading to his indictment of the shooting death of victim, 47-year=old Stephen Vargas.
Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez today announced that a 33-year-old Brooklyn man was sentenced to 90 years to life in prison for killing three people, including a 76-year-old innocent bystander, near a New York City Housing Authority Complex in Fort Greene in September 2015.
Selfie related injuries and deaths in which one or more subjects of a selfie were killed or injured, has convicted a Brooklyn driver yesterday. Damian Bailey, assaulted a Fresh Direct driver after the victim took a picture of the defendant's license plates. If the victim having taken a photo of evidence at the scene,, then at least in part the distraction attributed to the taking of the photo.
Military Veterans will form a new New York State Suicide Prevention Task Force within the local governments, not-for-profit groups, and other recognized experts through out the state. The Task Force will explore methods on how to address bullying/cyber-bullying, that negatively impact an one's mental health and in some cases have caused a number of children and young adults to commit suicide.
Criminal conduct of a lucrative Brooklyn-based Construction company was revealed when prevailing wages of public works projects lead to the disguise of financial money laundering activities. Financial transactions revealed that payroll accounts for construction workers unwrapped thousands of dollars in unpaid overtime.
Since the hit-and-run death of DJ Jinx Paul of 97.9 La Mega station, the Brooklyn City Council has announced a new bill called Amber Alert-style, where the city would send alerts with information about cars that hit someone and flee the scene by e-mail, text and through the media.
Since of the death of Javonte Prothro, 29 and Chrisean Nealy, 18 in Richmond, California last September, the Manor Boyz of 4500 John F. Kennedy, low income housing complex has been named as the responsible enterprise. The Contra Costa County DA and the FBI Safer Streets Task Force have made dozens of arrest in connection with these members, who has also been responsible for homicides in Vallejo.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the State University of New York is now accepting applications for the Carey Gabay Scholarship Program. This scholarship is in honor of Carey Gabay, an attorney and public servant, who was tragically killed as an innocent victim of gun violence in 2015. The program is aimed at providing Full Scholarships to SUNY Colleges For Disadvantage students
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of a public awareness campaign to educate New Yorkers about the services and compensation available from the state to assist innocent victims of crime and their families. The "Help, Healing and Hope" public service announcements, which feature survivors of crime describing the assistance they received from the Office of Victim Services, are now airing on broadcast television stations in 10 markets across the state.
The City of Richmond Police Department sends out a statement of appreciation in the arrest of Javonte Prothro, 29, who was fatally shot on Monday, September 19, 2016, at the BayView Fish Market, located at 1025 47th Street, Richmond, California. Dawaun Rice, 19, of Richmond, was arrested in Vallejo Wednesday in connection with the Monday morning fatal shooting to steal the life of a single father of two, Javonte Prothro, 2. The Contra Costa County prosecutors have charged Rice with the murder.
Governor Cuomo Directs State Police and National Guard to deploy 1,000 uniformed officers across New York Metropolitan Region following an explosion in the Chelsea area of New York City. An abundance of caution has been announced after rigorous inspections were ordered by Governor Cuomo to restore service on the No. 1, E and F subway lines. MTA and PATH systems have suffered no structural damage and all trains are running on schedule today.
Tens of thousands of hourly workers in New York City lack predictable, stable and transparent work hours due to lack of education, family care, or work overload secured by a second job. As a result of absent fair scheduling, planning days and months for New York working families is impossible and Mayor de Blasio is calling for additional compensation to address the unscheduled hours caused by "clopenings."
Singing Gospel Sensation "Yoann FreeJay" mesmerized the stage last night at the Couture Fashion Week NYC presented by Zee Entertainment Television. The "Voice Of France" opened at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, Broadway Ballroom, singing his electrifying performance of gospel in debuted of human rights.
Chief of Police, Carl Dabadie of Baton Rouge Police Department releases a chilling video of a man, Alton Sterling, 37 years old, being detained and shoot on video at 12:35 a.m., July 5, 2016. The uniformed officers responding to the scene of 2112 North Foster Dr., Triple S Food Mart, over a disturbance call, complained about a Black man selling music cd's wearing a red shirt who threatened the convenience store worker with a gun.
In what looks like a preplanned murder plot, an American-born ISIS recruit, Omar Mateen, 29, of Fort Pierce, Florida has claimed the lives of 50 gays and homosexuals in a gay nightclub. This Sunday shooting marks the deadliest mass shooting in the United States history during the proclaimed National LGBT Month. According to CNN, this mass shooting is the nation's worst terror attack since 9/11.
Press Release : Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced yesterday the final report and recommendations from the Heroin and Opioids Task Force - a diverse group of experts in healthcare, advocacy, education, law enforcement, as well as parents and New Yorkers in recovery - charged with developing a comprehensive plan to combat the state's heroin and opioid epidemic. Visit Link Here: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/HeroinTaskForceReport_2.pdf
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, House of Representatives Bill 1314, of the 114th Congress has passed into public law under number 113-74 (11/2/2015). The U.S. Senate has enacted in a bipartisan fashion to pass what appears to be a list of amendments to a 1985 problem for the future grid. Advocates have applauded the hard work and numerous discussions to address Cell Phone Commerce legislation provisions along with other amendments to attack the July 1 repayment deadline.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose, along with incoming Police Chief Darnell Henry, and members of the Newark Municipal Council broadcasted Newark's 45-Day Plan to reduce crime and violence in a major news conference yesterday. The name is "Operation Forge Ahead," and the 45-day nine-point plan to reduce crime and violence in Newark by creating collaboration between police and residents.
Carey Gabay, a lawyer, was part of Governor Andrew Cuomo's administration at the Empire State Development Corporation. During a cultural celebration in Brooklyn, on September 7, 2015, Carey was shot in the head after seeking cover from two rival gangs in a shootout. Carey died nine days later after being taken off of a respirator. As a result, of Carey's death, a fundraising page was created to raise funds for SUNY colleges, disadvantaged students.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka, and Director of Health and Community Wellness Dr. Hanaa Hamdy are offering dog owners an opportunity to start the New Year with applications to purchase or renew dog licenses for 2016, according to a press release. Dog owners must present vaccination records when applying for licenses, which will be available in Room B-17, at City Hall, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 ap.m., at City Hall located at 920 Broad Street.
Guidelines to amend New York City's continued commitment to keeping the City safe has been announced as part of a settlement of lawsuits accusing the NYPD of improperly investigating Muslim groups. The City never admitted to engaging in any improper practices, but changes and efforts to provide more detail into NYPD personnel within the existing Handschu Guidelines will be addressed.
Mayor Ras J. Barak announced yesterday that he intends to appoint a civil to direct the Newark Police Department's Internal Affairs Division. This bold move to appoint a civilian will fill a traditional position otherwise by a sworn officer, to strengthen law enforcement in Newark and improve the relationship between the police and the communities. This change will take affect both within the internal operations and external relations of the department.
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Assistant Attorney General for National Security and the U.S. Attorney's office announced yesterday that the arrest of 25-year-old Emanuel Lutchman made an attempt to provide material support to the Islamic State group or ISIL. Virginia Butler released a statement to Governor Cuomo via Time Warner Cable News yesterday to discuss the arrest in an interview for the public. Lutchman had ties to an overseas terror group that planned to attack New Year's Eve.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka will be renovating the Terrell James Playground as part of a City strategy to enhance the quality of life for Newark residence in the South Ward. The construction of this playground has been named in the memory of Terrell James, an eight-year-old killed in a hit-and-run while crossing the street at Turner Boulevard near Belmont-Runyon School in March 1997.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka has re-announced the City of Newark Ordinance starting October 1st that landlord's must to keep rental dwellings at 68 degrees beginning from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and 65 degrees from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. This heating Ordinance for the City of Newark will be enforceable for heat starting October 1, 2015, and continuing through May 1, 2016 for City inspectors to respond to complaints.
A Call For Action has been announced by the mother of slain Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old child that was video taped while being shot dead by Cleveland, Ohio Police Officers, while playing in a public park. The fatal shooting, that was released in real-time, has pointed out that a described person was pointing a hand gun spurring the police to intervene and take action.
Governor Cuomo was joined by 2 dozen elected officials and advocates in the kick off of the Mario Cuomo Campaign for Economic Justice. The march took place in the 2015 NYC Central Labor Council Labor Day Parade. Governor Cuomo's administration, along with elected officials, business leaders and community members plan to bring the Campaign statewide.
The Governor has announced that a crackdown is underway for underage drinking and fake identification document uses at summer concerts, hotspots, and events during the Labor Day Weekend. There will be an unannounced enforcement at concert venues and public gatherings where young adults hang out.
Times Square has been plagued with young topless painted women lately. The topless painted illusion of the American Goddesses raises question as to the appropriateness of these women in the Time Square area. Times Square is known to tourist as a iconic neighborhood of vibrant Broadway shows, restaurants, and comedy clubs mapped specifically for arts an entertainment news.
Reverend Al Sharpton stressed his concerns for the Eric Garner family this morning as he speaks to the press regarding a 5.9 Million Dollar Settlement reached yesterday on behalf the family. Although Mr. Garner, victim, is not here to comfort his family members, the public is reminded of the video caption of his death on July 17, 2014, when Mr. Garner voiced 11 times he could not breathe.
Policy as it translates to the planning process is to develop a strategic plan to modify a business or criminal justice system. Since July 17, 2014, justice has not been met for Eric Garner, the Staten Island man that was placed in an unrecommended choke hold causing him to lose air to breathe in. Due to criminal justice a rally will be held on July 18, 2015, in Brooklyn, NY at 12 noon.
The National Action Network, (NAN) Founder, Rev. Al Sharpton, opened registration for all to attend a "From Demonstration To Legislation Legislative & Policy Conference" on July 8-9, 2015, in Washington, D.C., Capitol Hill. Many supporters of NAN came out to the conference for the introduction of policy and how the development of Bills will affect their financial interest of the organization.