HWM Podcast: Harlem Historian Glenn Hunter On 1936 Harlem Riot Report

December 8, 2022

Harlem’s Glenn Hunter looks back at the historic 1936 Harlem Riots Report Conference, and the passing of Rev. Calvin Butts III with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.

The podcast is a great follow-up to a community conversation regarding “The 1936 Mayor’s Commission Report” presented at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on 135th Street in Harlem on September 20, 2022, with Pauline Toole, Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, while taking a quick look back at the passing of Harlem legend Rev. Calvin Otis Butts III, senior pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church and Abyssinian Baptist Development Corporation (ADC), in Harlem.

Listen to an earlier podcast with HWM host Danny Tisdale with NYC Commissioner Toole and Pierre-Louis on November 4th, 2022 here.

Glenn Hunter

Harlem historian Glenn Hunter, Harlem Cultural Archives, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director. Other co-founders Ken Sargeant and Keith Hunter. Glenn is a career educator who specializes in math and information technology. And an Adjunct Lecturer at Baruch College and a tireless community organizer devoted to Harlem.

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Listen to the podcast with Glenn below:


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Here is a wonderful support document from “The 1936 Mayor’s Commission Report” event at the Schomburg:

1.“The 1936 Mayor’s Commission Report” Conference handout.

2. A “The 1936 Mayor’s Commission Report” links on the HWM site.

Check out more resources from Harlem Cultural Archives here.

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