About Harlem World Magazine

Harlem World Magazine (HWM) helps our readers live their best life and style around the block around the world.

With an unwavering commitment to excellence, we aim to showcase Harlem’s unique voices, untold stories, and extraordinary talents.

We strive to be a catalyst for change, fostering inclusivity and empowering the diverse communities that call Harlem home.

Through our platforms, we chronicle the achievements and aspirations of Harlem’s leaders, legends, and trailblazers, spotlighting emerging artists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and visionaries who are shaping the future. We delve into the intricacies of style, spotlighting the sartorial expressions that emanate from the neighborhood’s streets and influence world trends.

In the tradition of Harlem, we ignite conversations that challenge norms and ignite discourse on pressing social issues. We celebrate Harlem’s resilience, highlighting its cultural heritage and illuminating the triumphs over adversity that continue to shape its narrative.

With our signature blend of sophistication and grit, we invite readers to immerse themselves in the vibrant energy of Harlem, experiencing its vibrant nightlife, culinary delights, and historical landmarks. We invite you to witness the transformation and evolution of the greatest community in the world that has been a source of inspiration and cultural significance for generations around the block and around the world.

Harlem World Magazine is the ultimate guide to Harlem’s ever-evolving landscape, providing a curated glimpse into the soul of this iconic neighborhood. Join us on this exhilarating journey as we continue to bring the magic of Harlem to the world stage, one captivating story at a time.


HWM finds its roots in the legacy of founder and visual artist Danny Tisdale

Harlem World Magazine captures the people, places, and ideas that define Harlem culture. From the arts and business to health and style, to politics and travel, and food.

Capture the culture and meet our readers at all intersections of process and influence, from Harlem to Hollis, to Hollywood, and to Harare.

HWM finds its roots in the legacy of Daniel Tisdale’s uncle, Charles Wesley Tisdale, the renowned owner and publisher of Jackson Advocate newspaper in Jackson, Mississippi. Charles Tisdale, a man with a family of eighteen siblings driven by a belief in the power of informative newspapers, made it his mission to champion civil rights, amplify the voices of the less fortunate, and expose corruption (NPR Radio, Charles Evers). His commitment to the welfare of all citizens, transcending racial boundaries, garnered admiration and respect from figures such as civil rights activist Charles Evers and Ben Jealous, former NAACP president.

HWM stands as a testament to this unwavering dedication, proudly carrying the torch and delivering an extraordinary publication that resonates with its readers and drives demand for the brand.