Kemberly Richardson, Eyewitness News

Kemberly Richardson

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • Action News on 6abc
  • Houston News
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Recent articles by Kemberly:

Beyond June: Apparel company celebrates Pride all year

"July 1, we're like, the rainbows are gone, what's going on," co-founder Jesus Gutierrez said. "So we decided to put our retail brains together to start Gay Pride Apparel." → Read More

New York City Men's Gay Chorus set to perform at Sunday's Pride March

A pioneering voice for the LGBTQ community, the New York City Men's Gay Chorus, will return to the streets for the city's Pride March on Sunday. → Read More

Grand Marshal of NYC's Pride March is fierce advocate for transgender athletes

A swimmer who made history as the first transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division I Men's team, is now one of the Grand Marshals of this year's Pride March in New York City. → Read More

NYC apparel company co-owners and partners celebrate Pride with unique T-shirts

Jesus Gutierrez and Sergio Aragon have been best friends since fifth grade and moved to the city in 2018. They were struck by how on June 1, the start of Pride, suddenly rainbows appeared everywhere. → Read More

Jamaica Hospital teams with Cure Violence groups on anti-gun violence initiative

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is partnering with several local Cure Violence groups to launch an initiative to combat gun violence, the parties announced Monday. → Read More

From healed to healer: Medical school grad, once in coma, triumphs over injuries

He was injured during his second year at the school back in 2017, struck by a car while riding his bike, which left him with a traumatic brain injury. → Read More

ESPN Fifty/50 exhibit in NYC to honor Title IX ruling, groundbreaking female athletes

A brand new exhibit in New York City is honoring the landmark Title IX ruling that paved the way for a more equitable future for female athletes. → Read More

NYC park benches to display social action murals painted by students

The exhibit was organized by the Center for Educational Innovation as part of its Benchmarks program which empowers children to have a voice and display those ideas in a public setting. → Read More

Mother's Day Rally: Protesters stand up for right to choose in Brooklyn

On Sunday afternoon there was a rally at the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Municipal Building in Downtown Brooklyn. → Read More

Underground Railroad site in Paterson officially recognized by National Park Service

An Underground Railroad site in Paterson has been officially recognized by the National Parks Service, making it part of a network of 700 sites in 39 states across the United States. → Read More

Dance trailblazer leads artistic charge at Ailey II

We highlight a trailblazer in the world of ballet who is now heading up the next generation of performers at a dance theater in New York City. → Read More

Dance trailblazer leads artistic charge at Ailey II

We highlight a trailblazer in the world of ballet who is now heading up the next generation of performers at a dance theater in New York City. → Read More

2 brothers from Queens create line of greeting cards focused on diverse characters

Two brothers from Queens are using their artistic talents to create a line of greeting cards, with characters that look like them and their family. → Read More

NYPD officer credits swimming skills for rescue of woman drowning in Central Park Reservoir

A heroic NYPD officer is crediting her skills in the water for helping to save a woman from drowning in the Central Park Reservoir last week. → Read More

Broadway community holds vigil to show support for Ukrainian community

Members of the Broadway community gathered together to lift their voices to sing a, rebellious song from Le Miserable, Do You Hear the People Sing → Read More

Ukrainian refugees seek help in Brooklyn as they navigate uncharted waters

Ukrainian refugees were willing to wait as long as it took since their lives have been turned upside-down. They are now looking for help as they anxiously navigate uncharted waters. → Read More

Alvin Ailey II artistic director makes New York City debut

In celebration of Women's History Month, we highlight a trailblazer in the world of ballet who is now heading up the next generation of performers at a dance theater in New York City. → Read More

Brooklyn dance performance is giving women a platform in ballet industry

In honor of Women's History Month, we're celebrating artists and dancers in Brooklyn, coming together for a unique performance called 'Counterpointe.' → Read More

Groups protest Mayor Eric Adams' appointments over controversial comments in past

Protesters gathered in front of City Hall to demand that NYC Mayor Eric Adams rescind the appointment of three men they say are homophobic, transphobic and anti-choice. → Read More

Black History Month: The accomplishments of inventor Lewis Latimer

As we celebrate Black History Month, Eyewitness News brings you the story of one of the great inventors from the turn of the 20th century. → Read More