New York Stock Exchange awarded the honor of ringing the opening bell to Wells Fargo’s Black & African American Connection Employee Resource Network.
by Seitu Oronde On Tuesday, February 21st, 2023, photojournalist Seitu Oronde was at the Black History Month celebration with Mayor Eric Adams at Gracie Mansion, New York.
Join the Monday, February 27, 2023, event for a special jazz and storytelling performance for Black History Month.
by Seitu Oronde On Saturday, February 4th, 2023, photojournalist Seitu Oronde was with Gregory Mills and his team for the Black History Month presentation at the state Office Building in Harlem.
Black innovation has and continues to forge a path forward in American society through creativity and imagination for a better tomorrow.
On Thursday and Saturday, February 24th and 26th, 2022, the Langston Hughes story was told during Black History Month Play at the Mount Pleasant Christian Academy in Harlem, NY.
Themed, Afrofuturism, the exhibition’s well-attended Preview Day and Opening Day/Night complemented by feature films, Open Mic, and live edutainment in Harlem, NY.
Representative Adriano Espaillat will host his annual Black History Month program on Thursday, February 10th, 2022, starting at 6 p.m. EST streamed live on Facebook.
Award-winning actress and vocalist Gabrielle Lee and her swinging four-piece jazz band will deliver a rip-roaring evening of ragtime, blues, and Tin Pan Alley jazz standards just minutes from Harlem celebrating Black History Month.
Award-winning Harlem-based actress Aixa Kendrick has joined the cast of Layon Gray’s critically acclaimed war drama The Dahomey Warriors for its Florida premiere at the Sandrell Rivers Theatre in Miami.
With Harlem, about 30 minutes from Madame Tussauds New York, what a great time to celebrate Black History Month.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today released the following statement in recognition of the start of Black History Month:
Howard T. Cash is holding a solo photographic exhibition entitled, “Joy, Love, and Celebration,” at Harlem’s Strivers’ Row Gardens Gallery, located inside 300 West 135th Street in Harlem, NY.
By Yolande Brener and Danielle Imara What aspect of Black History would you like to see more widely understood?
“Jazz was born in New Orleans but spent a lot of time growing up in Harlem,” says award-winning bandleader Christian McBride who, with award-winning bandleader Jon Batiste, serves as National Jazz Museum in Harlem (NJMH) Artistic Director.