In an e-mail Habitat NYC, stated, that these are known as some of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last words before his assassination in 1968.
At the moment above, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his extraordinary wife, Coretta Scott King, and others, stood resilient in front of Harlem Hospital after his recovery.
During the less than 13 years of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s leadership of the modern American Civil Rights Movement, from December 1955 until April 4, 1968.
Stanley David Levison, May 2, 1912 – September 12, 1979, businessman and lawyer who lived at 309 West 104th Street, in Harlem, NY.
With Crusader: Martin Luther King Jr., the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture presents an intimate photo travelogue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as an ideological pilgrim, global citizen, traveler, and friend.
Vice President-elect Hubert Humphrey shaking hands with Dr. Martin Luther King, as Mrs. Coretta Scott King looks on, at a rally at Harlem’s 369th Regiment Armory.
By Walter Rutledge Three Black Kings was the last dance and music collaboration between choreographer Alvin Ailey and composer/musician Duke Ellington.
History-making Presidential inaugural poet and bestselling author Amanda Gorman.
From New York Times, bestselling author Dr. Michael Datcher and critically acclaimed illustrator Frank Morrison comes Harlem At Four.
On Thursday, August 10th, 2023, the iconic Harlemite Melba Moore will be bestowed with the 2,760th star on the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Bounce TV, the popular broadcast and multi-platform entertainment network serving African Americans will recognize Juneteenth with the premiere of an exclusive new documentary.
The frosty temps and icy winds that blew in the first weekend of Black History Month 2023 with did not deter communities near and far from coming up on February 3rd, 2023.
On November 2, 2022, The New York Landmarks Conservancy will host its 29th Living Landmarks Celebration at The Plaza.
Fashion designer B Michael to be honored by the National Congress of Black Women at their annual awards ceremony.
In honor of Women’s History Month, PETA (an organization founded by a woman and led by women) has chosen Harlem’s own Cicely Tyson as one of five female trailblazers to celebrate.