Rev. Calvin Otis Butts III, July 19, 1949 – October 28, 2022, was an academic administrator and a senior pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, which historically is NYC’s largest black church in Harlem, NY.
Harlem Cultural Archives’ Glenn Hunter looks back during Black History Month in honor of Rev. Calvin Otis Butts III with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.
Harlem’s Glenn Hunter looks back at the historic 1936 Harlem Riots Report Conference, and the passing of Rev. Calvin Butts III with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.
Fannie Emma Pennington, February 1, 1914 – February 13, 2013, was an American activist, organizer, and fundraising coordinator for U.S. Congressional Representative (Harlem) Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.’s Isaac Democratic Club and the Abyssinian Baptist Church A.C.P. Overseas Club.
On November 2, 2022, The New York Landmarks Conservancy will host its 29th Living Landmarks Celebration at The Plaza.
The WE ACT community mourns the loss of Phillip Morrow, who passed away on Saturday, September 25th, 2021.
According to a recent press release from Harlem-based developer Carthage Real Estate Advisors, construction is progressing at Marcus Garvey Village.
Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed members to the following Sector Advisory Councils: Non-Profit and Social Services, Public Health and Healthcare, Faith-based, Construction and Real Estate, Education, and Surface Transportation.
Join Rev. Reggie Bachus, Associate Pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church (ADC), as he talks Prevailing Wage legislation, 400 Foundation, $1Billion investments and much more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
Crains New York reports that when the definitive history of New York’s resurgence is written, one of the pivotal players will be Harlem’s Abyssinian Development Corp., the church-based housing and social-services organization that the Rev. Calvin Butts led to resurrect a neighborhood that once symbolized urban collapse.
Robert Lee Dunham, age 78, died on May 17, 2011 at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. He was President and CEO of TCB Management Corporation. In 1972,