Review: Robert Townsend’s Documentary “Making The Five Heartbeats” In Harlem
Charles Manuel “Sweet Daddy” Grace, Harlem NY 1881 – 1960 (Video)

Exclusive: Philanthropist Jean Shafiroff Heads To London To Meet Prince Harry For Walking With The Wounded

Harlem World fave and prominent philanthropist Jean Shafiroff journeyed to London to meet His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex (Prince Harry) in support of Walking With The Wounded. Continue Reading →

Statement On First Step Act From Harlem-Based GOSO President Mark Goldsmith

Leader of New York City Post-Prison Reentry Nonprofit “Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO)” Calls for Support of “First Step Act” Reforms

In a statement from Mark L. Goldsmith, co-founder of the Harlem-based Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO): Continue Reading →

Salvation Army In Harlem Needs Your Help To Keep Youth Orchestra Performing

CBS reports that sixty-five children are all geared up to make a joyful noise, just in time for the holidays. They’re a part of the Salvation Army Phil Ramone Orchestra for Children. Continue Reading →

Blink Fitness Boosts Affordable Fitness Access For Every Body From Harlem To Hollis

With a number of locations in Harlem on 116th and 125th Streets, Blink Fitness, the premium quality, affordable fitness brand is providing new and current members of all ages access to free and discounted gym memberships. Continue Reading →

Lapidus Center Announces Tamara J. Walker’s Exquisite Slaves As 2018 Harriet Tubman Book Prize Winner

The Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is delighted to announce Dr. Tamara J. Walker as the 2018 Harriet Tubman Book Prize winner for her book Exquisite Slaves: Race, Clothing, and Status in Colonial Lima (Cambridge University Press). Continue Reading →

McDonald’s Announces Plan To Cut Antibiotic Use From Harlem To Hollywood

Since McDonald’s has a number of stores in Harlem, it’s good to read that the report by Consumer Reports that they have unveiled plans to reduce the use of antibiotics in its beef. Continue Reading →

Students Jump For The National Education Project’s Bill Of Rights Day Birthday Cake Celebration

Approximately 300 Catholic school students in grades 3-7 will participate in the National Education Project’s Bill of Rights Day Birthday Cake Celebration on Friday, December 14, at 12 pm. Continue Reading →