Goldie Brangman And Evan Koch Talk Dr. Martin Luther King Jr In Harlem On The Danny Tisdale Show (Audio)

Join 94-year-old Harlem Hospital nurse Goldie Brangman and writer Evan Koch as they talk Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in Harlem on The Danny Tisdale Show with host Danny Tisdale. Continue Reading →

Dread Scott, Creator Of “Slave Rebellion Reenactment” Special Benefit To Save Revolution Books

Dread Scott will tell and illustrate the story of this tremendous artwork, and discuss its significance with Andy Zee. Continue Reading →

The Leake And Watts Services Building In Morningside Heights In West Harlem NY

Leake and Watts Services, Inc., is a not-for-profit social services agency in New York City that provides services for children and families in the areas of foster care, adoption, special education, Head Start and other related subjects. Continue Reading →

The Grand Boule’, Family, Social, Spiritual And Communal From Harlem To Hollywood Since 1904 –

The attached Ebony magazine article posted below was originally written to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the Grand Boule in 2004: Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Mayme Hatcher Johnson (Audio)

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Mayme Hatcher Johnson was born in North Carolina, 1915. In 1948, Mrs. Johnson married Ellsworth “Bumpy” Johnson, portrayed in American Gangster, the 2007 film that focused on another Harlem underworld figure, Frank Lucas.

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New Photographs Taken After The Battle Of Harlem Heights In Harlem New York, 1897

The Battle of Harlem Heights was fought during the New York and New Jersey campaign of the American Revolutionary War. Continue Reading →

Pilot Lands On St. Nicholas Avenue, 1956

Surprise airplane landings always make headlines. Who will forget Capt. Chesley Sullenberger steering a US Airways jetliner onto the Hudson River in 2009? Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Legendary Earl ‘Snakehips’ Tucker (Video)

Earl “Snakehips” Tucker, 1905 – 1937, became known as the “Human Boa Constrictor” after the dance he popularized in Harlem in the 1920s called the “snakehips (Dance)“. Continue Reading →

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