Harlem Post-Mother’s Day Podcast To All Mothers From Harlem To Harare

May 14, 2024

With surprising openness, The Harlem World Magazine Podcast examines the ties that bind most families during Mother’s Day from Harlem to Harare today.

The Mother’s Day Podcast goes deep with Harlem World Magazine’s host, publisher, and founder, Danny Tisdale who examines the complex, sometimes tricky family dynamics—from early family challenges in Lousiana to the intimate conversations with the family regarding Danny moving from Watts to Harlem, to gender, race and more with Danny’s work at Andy Warhols Interview Magazine — with insights, reportage, and exclusive insights from Danny Tisdale.

Danny Tisdale

Watts, CA, born, Harlem is home, Danny Tisdale the founder and Publisher of the 20th-year Harlem World Magazine, is an award-winning artist, educator, and founder of the National Visual Artists Guild (NVAG). Tisdale was elected to the New York State Committee Member to the 70th Assembly District, worked with President Clinton on the White House Millennium Arts Council, and was a cast member of PBS’s Colonial House. For more information go to Danny Tisdale.

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