New Rochelle School District Celebrates The Arts With Black History Month EventStudent artwork was on display, reflecting this year's theme of "Celebrating Africa."
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: Costume Designer Paul Tazewell On Breaking Barriers On Broadway And BeyondHe's created the wardrobe for 24 Broadway shows, 31 off-Broadway shows, as well as for dance, film and television.
Black History Month: Long Island Memorializing Freed Slave Homeowner Cato SandsLong Island once had the largest slave population of any rural area in the north for most of the Colonial Era.
Black History Month: Judge Victoria Gumbs-Moore Is Breaking Down Barriers On Long IslandWith her proud daughters looking on, Victoria Gumbs-Moore was given her robe and became the first black Family Court judge in Suffolk County.
Black History Month: Meet Determined Linda Harrison, Head Of The Newark Museum Of ArtThe director and CEO of the Newark Museum of Art is part of a rare class. She is one of only a handful of African-American's leading a major art museum.
Black History Month: First Head Of 2 Medical Schools Calls Out Need For More African-American DoctorsDr. Robert Johnson, the dean of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in Newark and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick if the first person in history to lead two medical schools.
Black History Month: Iconic Abolitionist Used His TriBeCa Home As Part Of Underground RailroadPatrons shuffle in and out of the La Colombe coffee shop at the corner of Lispenard and Church streets, many without the slightest idea of the location's significance.
Black History Month: Life Of Black Cowboys Depicted In Harlem Theater ProductionA local jazz singer and composer is using music and theater to share the story of black cowboys.
18,000 NYC Schoolchildren To See 'To Kill A Mockingbird' At MSG For Free During Black History MonthOn Feb. 26, for one night only, 18,000 students will attend a free performance of Harper Lee’s classic story of race, injustice and character.
Black History Month: The Rise, Decline And Rise Again Of Newark Symphony HallOver the years the City of Newark stopped investing in the historic institution, but all that has begun to change.
Oh My Goodness: Tai Abrams Creates 'AdmissionSquad' To Help Get More Minority Students Into Elite High Schools"Right now, the New York City education system is 70% black and Latino, but the reality is only 10% comprise these elite high schools," Abrams said.
Black History Month: 1st Ever Film Festival Coming To Queens The 1st Ever International Black History Month Film Festival will be bringing features, shorts, music videos and web episodes to the Jamaica Performing Arts Center.
Bank Runs Into Controversy With Harriet Tubman CardOn social media, many said a bank's new card make it look like Tubman is making the "Wakanda Forever" salute from the Marvel superhero film "Black Panther."