Alzheimer’s Association Launches Public Service Campaign Featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams

HITN TV, in collaboration with The Alzheimer’s Association, New York City Chapter announced today the launch of a new public service campaign, featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

NYC Holds Virtual Events In Honor Of The 30th Anniversary Of The Americans With Disabilities Act

The New York City Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) is facilitating a month of fully online programming in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the passage and signing Continue Reading →

Notes From Harlem Rep Espaillat, Clerical Errors Threaten Thousands Of Federal Dollars

Today, Rep. Adriano Espaillat joined colleagues to protect Upward Bound programs and prevent the U.S. Department of Education from rejecting applications for the federally funded program over clerical errors.

African American Faith Leaders & Hundreds Of Congregants To Rally Against Fur Ban

Today at 3:00 PM ET at the steps of New York City Hall, hundreds of African American faith leaders and their parishioners will rally against a City Council proposal to Continue Reading →

Samuel Adams Helped One Harlem Entrepreneur Create Sweet Success

AOl reports that if entrepreneurship was equal parts financially and emotionally rewarding at all times, most of us could safely say that we’d be pursuing our own business in some Continue Reading →

Nashville: The Jacksons, Guy, Oleta Adams And More At The Black Music Honors 2017

Central City Productions will pay tribute to The Jacksons, Donnie McClurkin, Slick Rick, Guy, Oleta Adams and Jody Watley during the Black Music Honors, a live taping television special that Continue Reading →


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