The number of New Yorkers newly diagnosed with HIV is down to historic lows and fell below 2,000 for the first time since annual HIV reporting began in 2001.
You are cordially invited to a screening of “Men Of Bronze”: The Black American Heroes of World War I – The 369th U.S. Combat Regiment, 15th Infantry presented by Harlem Continue Reading →
The de Blasio Administration announced the annual number of new HIV diagnoses in New York City has reached an all-time low, with 2,157 New Yorkers getting newly diagnosed last year.
The Library of Congress announced today that it has acquired the original manuscripts documenting the work of composer, arranger and pianist Billy Strayhorn.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at The New York Public Library has acquired the full archive of actors and activists Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee.
Harlem Cultural Archives honored two local Links Chapters, and the family of William Pickens at it’s annual Harlem In The Hamptons summer fundraiser at the Eastville Historical Society in Sag Continue Reading →
In the eighties, a young Yasuo Wakaiki visited Harlem from Japan for what was initially intended to be a short stay, the visit would turn out to last over a Continue Reading →
The Health Department, in partnership with the Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA), launched “¡Listos!”, a sex-positive marketing campaign that encourages Latinos to consider using pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as part of Continue Reading →
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