SoHarlem Presents Yes I Can Runway Fashion Show By The Students Of Master Tailor Henry Smith

SoHarlem, a cultural industry incubator, is a community-based social enterprise dedicated to strengthening the cultural economy and enhancing public spaces in the Manhattanville Factory District. Continue Reading →

NBA Player Lance Thomas And More To Appear At New York City Walk To End Alzheimer’s

Only about 40 minutes from Harlem, more than 2,000 participants will join the fight to end Alzheimer’s at the Alzheimer’s Association®, New York City Chapter Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, October 26, 2019, at Pier 17. Continue Reading →

Harlem Legend Dapper Dan And Others Shine At 49th Annual BRAG Gala 2019

On October 21, 2019, BRAG, the nation’s leading nonprofit that promotes the advancement of people of color in leadership roles within fashion and related industries — hosted the 49th Annual BRAG Scholarship & Awards Gala at the Edison Ballroom in New York City. Continue Reading →

Macy’s And Bloomingdale’s Colleagues Presented Check To God’s Love We Deliver Team

On Tuesday, August 27th, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s colleagues presented a check for over $87,000 and volunteer at God’s Love We Deliver (GLWD) in NY, New York. Continue Reading →

RWJF Announces Harlem-Based Local Organizations Selected As Sports Award Finalists

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has announced 12 finalists for the 2019 Sports Award, an honor recognizing professional teams, individuals and organizations that strengthen and serve communities through sport. Continue Reading →

City Parks Free Family Adventure Race In Inwood

City Parks Foundation’s “Family Adventure Race” is an exciting, parent-child race that incorporates basic exercises and sports skills, and provides a healthy, one-hour dose of fun for parents and youth aged 7-12. Continue Reading →

Helping Former Female Inmates Get Their College Degrees Is The Goal Of Harlem Nonprofit

Turning your life around after spending time behind bars can be incredibly difficult to do without any help, with 60 percent of people released from prison nationwide ending up back behind bars. Continue Reading →

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