Harlem’s Clyde Frazier Sr. Remembers 911 On The Danny Tisdale Show (2021 Audio)

September 12, 2022

Venerable Harlem luminary Clyde Frazier Sr., reflects on 911, his son Clyde Frazier, Jr, passed during 911 and more with host Danny Tisdale.

The legendary Harlem man Clyde Frazier Sr., is the unofficial mayor of Harlem, renowned for founding the Clyde Frazier Jr. Slam Jam Women’s Basketball Classic, and one-time Executive Director of The Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation in Harlem.

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Danny Tisdale is an award-winning visual artist, former Harlem Community Board member, founder, and publisher of Harlem World Magazine. He is the host of “Harlem’s favorite podcast” The Danny Tisdale Show; a weekly podcast with leaders, legends, and trailblazers from Harlem to Harare.

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Photo credit: Clyde Frazier, Sr. This podcast was originally recorded in September 2019.

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