On May 21st, 2022, the Harlem Cultural Archives (HCA) historical society hosted a street co-naming ceremony at the Thurgood Marshall Academy for Learning and Social Change in Central Harlem.
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 Cultural Archives Historic Society in Harlem, New York.
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 Harbor.
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 decade and yield an incisive body of work that chronicled the Harlem of the time.
Another great conversation by Harlem Cultural Archives with life long Harlem residents Dr. Robert North and his wife as they discuss their Harlem journey, issues with Health Care delivery and more on a post from May 8th, 2018.
A great conversation with Harlem Cultural Archives and life long Harlem resident Al Stewart posted to their Youtube channel on February 21st, 2018.
A great interview by the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives with Harlem Assembly member Al Taylor in New York City.
A great interview by the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives with Prentice “Sonny” Gibbs the flower man has become a respected presence on the corner of 135th Street in Harlem, NY, for the past 28 years.
A great interview by the folks at Harlem Cultural Archives with Charlie Roberto, captain of the Ladder Company 26 at the Fire Department of New York FDNY.
We love the recordings from the Harlem Cultural Archives, and here’s another one. Camille Billops and Jim Hatch were professors at the City College of New York in Manhattan Community District 9 in Harlem, Camille in Art and Jim in English – when they ramped up their “Artists and Influences” oral history project.
By Glenn Hunter When the league which became the National Basketball Association (NBA) formed, absent were the New York Rens.
Six decades have passed since the historic March on Washington, a monumental event that redefined the landscape of civil rights advocacy and reshaped the course of American history.
Afropunk Brooklyn has announced the addition of Teyana Taylor to the lineup as the Sunday Night headliner.
By Marko Nobles RhythmAndSoulRadio.com, launched in March 2008, is a 24-hour independently run internet radio station heard by 100,000 people monthly.
AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange — the documentary series from Black Public Media and WORLD Channel.