Afaf Muhammad interviews Jersey City youth activist Jai Patel; a discussion on the importance of youth activists, and the recent national March For Our Lives Rally.
Jersey City–Friday, August 25, 2017 Black Wall Street Jersey City held a Cash Mob event at Moore’s Lounge located at 189 Monticello. Cash Mob events were created to increase … Continue reading
On Friday, June 2, 2017 Public School No. 34 celebrated the naming of their school. For over one hundred years Public School No. 34 did not bear a name. In … Continue reading
On the evening of Monday, April 3, 2017, local residents gathered to hear a long needed message of support at the Jersey City Junction located at Communipaw and Grant. The … Continue reading
Fitness, food, and information was the agenda on Saturday, October 15th at Berry Lane Park on Garfield Avenue in Jersey City. Pamela Roundtree, founder of NewBody.New Mind.New Living, led an … Continue reading
P.S. 34 Naming Committee and supporters stand together to name school after President Barack Obama.
By Afaf Muhammad A special Thank You to Alex Forrester, for inviting HudInfoNews to share a very special Rising Tide Capital event, the announcement of the winners of the Start Something … Continue reading
By Afaf Muhammad As Jersey City residents, and commuters pass through the pedestrian walkway located at the corner of Barrow and Newark they are greeted by a ground mural of … Continue reading
Jersey City residents walk to declare peace
On Thursday, January 28, 2016, Michael A. Wood Jr., retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, participated in a discussion with Ariashaalara, Imam Waly, and Allen, one of two audience members. Due … Continue reading