Yesterday, First Corinthian Baptist Church, New York State Senator and newly appointed Lieutenant-Governor Brian Benjamin, and District Council 9 hosted Hope for Harlem.
Today, on August 28, 2021, First Corinthian Baptist Church, New York State Senator and newly appointed Lieutenant-Governor Brian Benjamin, and District Council 9 will donate.
On September 12th, 2020, Harlem photographer Seitu Oronde was with Michael Garner with100 black men, Harlem’s senator Brian Benjamin,
Today, First Corinthian Baptist Church, New York State Senator Brian Benjamin, and District Council 9 donated grocery packages to 2,000 families in addition to care packages, hot meals and essential items at its Hope for Harlem Event.
Celebrate disability inclusion at the 21st annual Achilles Hope & Possibility® 4M Presented by TD Bank.
Once upon a time, in vibrant Harlem, New York, during the year 1936, there stood a majestic tree unlike any other.
The Harlem community is abuzz with excitement as the first annual Hope in Harlem conference approaches.
In celebration of NYC Black Pride, Native Son – the leading organization championing Black gay and queer men – presents Black, Queer and Here, a town hall exploring the intersectionality of the Black LGBTQ community in partnership with Warner Bros.
Check out Sidik Fofana’s upcoming debut Stories from the Tenants Downstairs, from Scribner, on-sale August 16, 2022.
A very rare photograph looking north along Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., (7th Avenue) of Harlem.
The 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center’s 2021-22 Mainstage Series continues on Thursday, October 21, 2021, with An Evening of Hope.
The Police Athletic League (PAL) held its annual Poetry Writing Contest with participants from the citywide PAL After-School Program.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate Chairman Faith Hope Consolo died unexpectedly Dec. 23 at the age of 73, reports Bisnow.
“There’s no place like home for the holidays,” Karen Carpenter once sang. Unfortunately, that warm notion falls short for families affected by addiction.
Cash Mob is a local, neighborhood effort to gather friends, partners, and residents of East Harlem with the purpose of supporting small businesses, and building community.