New Mount Zion Baptist Church, 171 West 140th Street, in Harlem, NY hosted its annual Get to Know Your Church Day on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
Happy 2nd anniversary to my column and I want to thank God and my readers for this culinary journey. During this holy time of the year I want to reflect on the pivotal role that the black church has played in establishing Harlem as the “Mecca” of black life in America. It is around the…
The Flexible Work for New York (FWNY) coalition announced a dozen more clergy members and faith leaders joined the fight to protect flexible work.
By Lil Nickelson Harlem EatUp Foundation (“Harlem EatUp”), Humana (“Humana”) and Melba’s Restaurant (“Melba’s”) joined forces on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 to present a two-hour private cooking demonstration of healthy dishes to Harlem seniors.
Dear Honorable Leader Stewart-Cousins and Honorable Speaker Heastie: As a coalition of faith leaders and clergy members across New York City, we are writing regarding proposed legislation that would expand prevailing wage mandates to include many more large construction projects in New York.
An ecumenical non-profit, comprised of mostly African-American pastors from Harlem to Hollis, is calling on the State Legislature to hold a public hearing to address the lack of diversity in the city’s construction and development industry.
NY Daily News reports that a group of African-American clergy wrote to gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, ripping her comment that legalized pot licenses could serve as reparations for the drug war and demanding a formal apology.