Black History Month: Perspectives From The World Of Harlem

By Yolande Brener and Danielle Imara

What aspect of Black History would you like to see more widely understood? Continue Reading →

Producers Vie For Up To $150,000 At The PitchBLACK Forum (Updated)

Ten producing teams will vie for up to $150,000 in project funding at the Black Public Media (BPM) PitchBLACK Forum, an interactive pitching competition to public television and commercial distributors and funders. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Schomburg Virtual Exhibition, Black Politicians In Congress

As part of the Library’s Black History Month offerings, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem presents Georgia on My Mind: Black Politicians in Congress. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s James Baldwin “Pin Drop Speech” At Cambridge University, 1965 (Video)

Harlem’s James Baldwin delivers an earth-shattering speech with Harlem as his starting point in talking about all black folks at Cambridge University during a debate with William F. Buckley in 1965. Continue Reading →

“The Black National Anthem” Experience By N.C. Trumpet Musician Al Strong (Videos)

A rich and elaborate 8-minute odyssey, “LEVAS” is a tribute to the Black American experience and a love offering from an artist dedicated to the preservation of Black culture. Continue Reading →


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