Celebrating Sacred To Secular: The Writings Of Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega Discussion, Dance And More

The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute is pleased to present Celebrating Sacred to Secular: The Writings of Dr. Marta Moreno-Vega a program exploring the African roots of the popular Latin music of the famed Palladium Era.

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Street Mass Celebrated In East Harlem

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 →

Baptist Ministers Conference And Berkeley College Address The Importance Of Education In Harlem

Michael J. Smith, President, Berkeley College, met with Rev. Dr. Charles A. Curtis, President of the Baptist Ministers Conference (BMC) of Greater New York and Vicinity and members of the BMC. Continue Reading →

The 400 Foundation’s Job Opportunities From One Of Their Workforce Partners In Harlem

Greetings Clergy and Supporters,

We have more excellent job opportunities available for you coming from one of our outstanding workforce partners; STRIVE. Continue Reading →

Temple Israel Of Harlem In Harlem, NY 1888-1906

Temple Israel was founded in 1870 as Congregation “Hand in Hand” (Yod b’Yod in Hebrew) in the then remote Jewish community of Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Neo-Gothic Cenacle, St. Regis Convent In West Harlem NY 1893-1920s

The Chapel at Cenacle of St. Regis was a convent established by sisters of the order and benefactor Broadway star Maude Adams that opened in 1893 at Riverside Drive at 628 West 140th Street in West Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Exclusive Update: Open Letter To Speaker Cory Johnson From Harlem’s Rev. Dr. Johnnie Green

Dear Speaker Johnson,

If you don’t know my name, I’m Rev. Dr. Johnnie Green. I’m the Senior Pastor at Mount Neboh Baptist Church. Continue Reading →

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