By Erin Askeland With tropical storms threatening the Harlem and its surrounding area, there’s no telling when a natural disaster may affect your area. When faced with an emergency situation, preparation is the Continue Reading →
In recognition of National Preparedness Month, the New York City Emergency Management Department reminds New Yorkers to prepare for emergencies. Like this article? Get our Harlem Newsletter straight to your Continue Reading →
The New York City Emergency Management Department announced last week that nine community networks across the city have completed an intensive six-month Strengthening Communities through Recovery program. Like this article? Continue Reading →
As New York City shows that it is “Strong Enough” to recover from the pandemic. Like this article? Get our Harlem Newsletter straight to your inbox. Sign-Up!
The September 11 attacks (often referred to as 9/11) were a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks Like this article? Get our Harlem Newsletter straight to your inbox. Sign-Up!
In the wake of pandemic quarantining and social distancing, museums are closing, exhibitions are canceling, and the jobs that so many artists rely on to supplement their creative practices have Continue Reading →
New York Blood Center (NYBC) is calling on healthy blood and platelet donors and community partners to help strengthen the region’s blood supply by maintaining their calendar of upcoming blood Continue Reading →