Finding Covered History, The Film “UNMARKED” Uncovers Lost African-American Gravesites

Similar to the slave and native Amercian gravesites in Inwood, NY (north of Harlem), First Run Features presents the Streaming and DVD Premiere of the new documentary UNMARKED, beginning April Continue Reading →

Catlett, Tanner, Woodruff And More At African-American Fine Art Auction At Swann Galleries

The folks at Swann Galleries spent the summer pulling together some of their best catalogings and preparing material to fill the upcoming superb auction. Become an Harlem World Insider – Continue Reading →

Brown Sugar Launches “Baddest” African-American Movies Of All-Time On Xfinity X1

Brown Sugar, a subscription-video-on-demand service operated by Bounce and featuring the biggest collection of the “baddest” African-American movies of all-time, is now available over the Internet on Comcast’s Xfinity X1. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s “Buddy” Bradley, Tap Dancer And The First African-American To Run A British White Company

Buddy Bradley, born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1908. He staged dances in the great 1920s revues for Ziegfeld, George White, Earl Carroll and Lew Leslie’s legendary black revue Blackbirds. Become an Continue Reading →