Uptowns Rodriguez, “The Murder Of George Floyd Is The Result Of Centuries Of Oppression”

“The widespread protests occurring in our Nation right now should come as no surprise to anyone paying attention to the realities lived by people of color, especially Black Americans, in this country. Continue Reading →

America’s Katherine Johnson, The Fabulous Mathematician Who Blasted NASA’s Barriers

We don’t call it a tragedy when a renowned person dies after the century mark, especially if that person is brilliant NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson.

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Broadway Star Carrie Compere Visits Music Students During Black History Month Celebration In Harlem

Education Through Music, a nonprofit that provides music education to 36,000 New York City students, and partner school P.S. 125 – The Ralph Bunche School in Harlem are thrilled to celebrate Black History month with Broadway’s Carrie Compere. Continue Reading →

Immigrant Factory Worker To Multi-Millionaire, Shares 25 Rules To Empower Women

Since 1972, women-owned businesses have gone from 402,000 to 12.3 million, however, they still only represent 4.6% of all firms according to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. Continue Reading →

The Grand Boule’, Family, Social, Spiritual And Communal From Harlem To Hollywood Since 1904 –

The attached Ebony magazine article posted below was originally written to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Grand Boule in 2004: Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Melba Moore Talks Music And More On The Danny Tisdale Show (Audio)

Join Harlem music superstar Melba Moore as she talks growing up with music, inspirations, fave song and more during Black Music Month with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

Macy’s Honored Black History Month With Fashion Icon Harlem’s Dapper Dan And More

On Wednesday, February 20th, 2019, guests were invited to Macy’s Herald Square to hear from special guests Dapper Dan and Brandice Daniel, in celebration of Black History Month. Continue Reading →