‘Paris Blues In Harlem’ A New Short Film On A Harlem Landmark With A Long History (Video)

By Robert Walker

Nadhege Ptah is a New York-based actress, writer, and director who has been screening her wonderful short film ‘Paris Blues In Harlem’. Continue Reading →

Good Is Not Good Enough, Interview With Harlem Fave Bill Duke

By Robert Walker

Bill Duke‘s career spans almost 50 years, making him a Hollywood icon as both an actor and director. Continue Reading →

Why Internships Are Critical In The Job Outlook For College Graduates

Internships Are Critical for College GraduatesBy Matt Stewart

The class of 2016 should see a more welcoming job market than college graduates have experienced in recent years, but competition remains stiff, especially for those who failed to hone the necessary skills. Continue Reading →

Ta-Nehisi Coates Interview With The Schomburgs Khalil Gibran Muhammad

coates_banner2Even if you had only read one Ta-Nehisi Coates article, “The Case for Reparations” for example, or maybe “Fear of a Black President,” it would be difficult not to join the ecstatic chorus celebrating the writer’s recent MacArthur Genius Award win. Continue Reading →

Souleo: Artist Creates Fictional Television Network To Challenge Mainstream

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By Souleo

Change the channel. Better yet, turn off the television. Such is the advice artist, director and producer, Adu has for anyone serious about following and engaging in social justice initiatives. Continue Reading →

Harlem Wellness Challenge: We Run Harlem

By CC Minton

We Run Harlem! It’s like a mantra in motion.  You see them running the streets, sprinting through parks and even darting between cars. Continue Reading →

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