Cori Gordon, 28-Year-Old Business Owner, Shares Key To Success: 'I Only Show Up As My Authentic Self'Gordon and her more than 50 employees are in the pressure-filled race to get packages for Amazon from the Staten Island fulfilment center to destinations in Brooklyn.
Black History Is Our History: Exploring New York City's Role In The Underground RailroadMost using the Underground Railroad didn't stop in New York City, but traveled on through to Albany and up to Canada, the only place at the time they could truly be free.
'More Than Just A Bar': Harlem Hops Shares History And Connection Through Beer"Beer is not limited to the white, bearded bros you're used to seeing promoting it," co-owner Kim Harris told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Black History Is Our History: 14-Year-Old Art Sensation Tyler Gordon Says He Dreams Of Inspiring OthersCBS2's Cindy Hsu first met Tyler Gordon in 2019. Now she catches up with him to check on his outdoor art exhibition called the "Icon Collection" to celebrate Black History Month.
Black History Is Our History: Self-Guided Walking Tours Highlight History Of Black Composers, Musicians Around NYCThe three musical walking tours will take people through Harlem, Midtown and in lower Manhattan, where the historical journey begins at the African Burial Ground National Monument.
Black History Is Our History: Paterson Firefighters Breaking Barriers Every Day In Their CommunityRoughly 20% of the Paterson Fire Department are people of color.
Black History Is Our History: Black Business Owners Hope Their Example Inspires Other African Americans To Become Entrepreneurs“You get more respect when you own something," said Eddie Freeman, the owner of Sugarhill restaurant and nightclub in Bed-Stuy.
Black History Is Our History: Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Also Known As The 'Father Of Black History Month'Dr. Carter G. Woodson was born in Virginia in 1875 to former slaves. He became an accomplished scholar, prolific author and a visionary.
Black History Is Our History: Mary Bell House Earns New York Preservation Award For Link To One Of Long Island's First Black ChurchesThe Mary Bell House in Center Moriches holds the history of Long Island's early Black leaders. The home was in jeopardy of being demolished, but it won a state preservation award.
Black History Is Our History: Juneteenth And The Battle To Become A National HolidayJune 19th, 1865 marks the day that word of freedom finally reached enslaved people in Texas.
Black History Is Our History: Examining Scientific Misconduct That's Lead To African American Distrust Of The Medical CommunityThis has had a crucial impact during the fight against the coronavirus.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Hosts Black History Month Virtual Roundtable With State Officials, EducatorsIt included discussion on a recently enacted state law, which requires all Connecticut high schools to offer courses on African-American, Black, Puerto Rican and Latino studies.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Black History Month: Harlem's Schomburg CenterA lot of New Yorkers know the Schomburg Center, but do we really know its origins? CBSN New York's Elise Finch takes a look inside the nearly century-old public library.
Black History Month: In World's Longest-Running Talent Show Some Shine, Others Wither At Apollo TheaterThere's no panel of judges here; the audience decides, and they are not forgiving.