Residents of a row of East Harlem apartment buildings can proceed with a class-action lawsuit accusing their landlord of charging them illegally high rents, a state court ruled this week. Continue Reading →
The overt dehumanization and separation of children from their families, caging children in detention centers, unprecedented raids on the homes of immigrants, the misrepresentation of our communities as criminals and rapists is a direct attack on the Black and Brown communities we represent. Continue Reading →
Supporters of Friends of Public Schools Harlem boosted by a matching grant by the Migdol Family Foundation raised $200,000 at their Annual Golf Tournament to provide needed resources to Harlem’s public schools and its students so that Harlem’s students can learn, compete and achieve. Continue Reading →
Enough is Enough! The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) is tired of the violent attacks and blatant disrespect committed by Trump and his administration to our Black, Brown, Indigenous, Womxn, LGBTQ communities. Continue Reading →
Valor y Cambio (Value and Change), an interactive art installation and storytelling project designed to foster stronger communities and more equitable economies in Puerto Rico and the United States, launches its last leg of its mainland tour at New York City’s East Harlem, El Barrio. Continue Reading →
St. Cecilia and Holy Agony parish celebrated its annual Street Mass on 106th Street between Park and Lexington avenues in East Harlem September 8, 2019. Continue Reading →
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