Harlem’s Schomburg Announces The Winner Of The Lapidus Center’s 2021 Harriet Tubman Prize

The Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is pleased to make an announcement. Continue Reading →

Ebooks Vs. Printed Books: What Are The Pros And Cons?

Ebooks are great because they’re lightweight, easy to use on a phone or tablet, and you can get them anywhere at any time. Continue Reading →

Poet And Political Activist Muriel Rukeyser Inducted Into The American Poets Corner At St. John the Divine In Harlem

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is honored to announce Muriel Rukeyser as the 2021 inductee to the American Poets Corner. Continue Reading →

Eye On Black Literacy: Foster Positive Attitudes For Better Student Outcomes

Since the appointment of Thurgood Marshall to the Supreme Court in 1967, little else has been achieved in bridging the wide gap in literacy levels between students of color and their counterparts. Continue Reading →

Paying Homage To Ntozake Shange On Third Anniversary Of Her Passing

Marking the third anniversary of iconic playwright Ntozake Shange’s passing, Camille A. Brown, director, and choreographer of the upcoming 2022 Broadway production of Shange’s seminal work. Continue Reading →

The Alumni Association Of CCNY Announces Dr. Deborah Lipstadt As 2021 Finley Awardee

The Alumni Association of the City College of New York (AACCNY) has officially announced Dr. Deborah Lipstadt as the honoree of the 2021 John H. Finley award. Continue Reading →

Former Harlem Resident And President Bill Clinton Attends Reading At The Neighborhood Playhouse

Former President and Harlem resident Bill Clinton attended a reading of “Waiting for Lefty” at the famed Neighborhood Playhouse. Continue Reading →

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