An invite from the 1st Sugar Hill Art Festival takes place on Saturday, May 6th, 2023, from 9 am-5 pm at Jackie Robinson Park at 148th Street and Bradhurst Avenue in Harlem, NY.
On Tuesday, July 26, 2022, the opening ceremony for the Jackie Robinson Museum at One Hudson Square, 75 Varick Street, New York City.
On Tuesday, July 19, 2022, the Jazz Foundation Concert at the Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem, New York.
On Tuesday, July 19, 2022, Harlem photographer Seitu Oronde was at the 100th birthday celebration of the fabulous Rachel Robinson at the annual awards dinner at the Marriot Hotel in New York.
Black Public Media and the Rejoice/Resist Film Festival co-present PBS’s award-winning film The Neutral Ground.
New York City FC (NYCFC) and the Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) today announced a multi-year partnership to take action in support of Black Lives Matter initiatives.
Photographs by Seitu Oronde On Friday, May 31st, 2019, Seitu was at the Jazz Foundation Concert 2019 at Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem, New York.
On Wednesday, July 18th, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was at the HCCI Revivial at Jackie Robinson Park In Harlem, NY.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that New York City had installed signs along the Jackie Robinson Parkway that for the first time include an image of the Dodger legend himself.
It will soon be easier to get into Jackie Robinson Park. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved changes that include reopening a long-closed entrance.
A man accused of fatally stabbing a 22-year-old resident of East Harlem’s Jackie Robinson Houses was arrested Tuesday, police told Patch.
A 22-year-old man collapsed in front of the door to his mother’s East Harlem apartment Monday night after suffering a stab wound that would prove to be fatal, police said.
By Marc W. Polite On Saturday, September 3rd, Underground Books in collaboration with QBR (qbr.com) held the first annual Jackie Robinson Poetry Day at the Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem.
This gorgeous Bedford-Stuyvesant house comes with a serious pedigree, the brownstone was once home to sports icon and color-barrier-breaker Jackie Robinson, who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947 to 1956 and in the 1960s, he helped establish the Freedom National Bank, an African-American-owned financial institution based in Harlem, New York.
Jackie Robinson, a two-part, four-hour film directed by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon, tells the story of an American icon whose life-long battle for first-class citizenship for all African Americans transcends even his remarkable athletic achievements.