Harlem’s Victor Hugo Green’s The Green Book

Victor Hugo Green (November 9, 1892 – 1960[) was a Harlem, New York, postal employee and civic leader. He developed and wrote what became known as The Green Book, a travel guide for African Americans in the United States. Continue Reading →

Barbara Bush Foundation Partners With Barbershop Books And Penguin Young Readers To Partner

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy has partnered with Barbershop Books and Penguin Young Readers to provide child-friendly reading spaces. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: 7 Emotional Pivots To Make As The World Re-Opens

As the world slowly starts to reopen and there is a glimmer of hope of normal, even if it is still down the road, picking yourself up and getting back in the game isn’t always easy. Continue Reading →

Shop HW: Best Books, The Suite Life, Wonderful Whales, Passionate Print And Re-invented Writing

We love this edition of picks from Shop Harlem World, for our a semi-frequent rundown of best reads, accessories, and good old fashion gear from our team. Continue Reading →

A Harlem Renaissance, From Douglass To Dubois Free Audio Books

Open Society has provided us all with the free links to downloadable audiobooks, which are from Harlem’s renaissance of mostly classics, during the COVID Crisis. Continue Reading →