The Rainbow PUSH Coalition and Citizenship Education Fund announced Wednesday at a press briefing during of the 17th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit it is imperative corporations cease locking out minorities on corporate boards and financial transactions.
The chief operating officer at Harlem Children’s Zone has been appointed to lead the educational and social service organization.
Progressive New York City Council Member Mark Levine is seeking several Rock Star intern to learn, help and experience working in local government first-hand.
It wasn’t until graduate school that Michelle Joan Wilkinson, director of collections and exhibitions at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, realized that becoming a curator could be a viable profession.
Come one come all to the inauguration on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 of East Harlem city council speak Melissa Mark-Viverito.
The Niggerati was the name used, with deliberate irony, by Wallace Thurman for the group of young African American artists and intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance. “Niggerati” is a portmanteau of “nigger” and “literati”.
Taller Boricua presents The Limited Edition Autobiographical Artist Book Néstor Otero: Concepts, references, and strategies in a process and AURA: Puerto Rican Artists in New York, 1970s-1980s
Harlem real estate remains as hot as ever as one can see on the Harlem Wold Magazine Most Expensive Homes in Harlem widget on our homepages right hand column!
By Seitu Oronde Today represents what would have been the 85th birthday of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,. People assembled from all over the city to help celebrate this legend.
By Walter Rutledge On August 19th actor Lee Thompson Young took his life in his Los Angeles apartment, he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound; Young was twenty-nine years old. Most people remember him as a former child television personality who had successfully transitioned into a working adult actor. To me Lee was one of those…
The Roman Catholic Benevolent Society, established in 1817, was the oldest charitable institution in the Archdiocese of New York.
According to his own Family Record, Aaron was born 16 October 1787 in Worthington, MA, son of David Clark and his second wife Lydia Benjamin.
This is a photograph of the Getty gas station looking southeast on the corner of 125th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattanville in West Harlem during the early 1950’s.
Leroy Edward Eley, Sr., a loving and devoted father, grandfather, son, brother, friend, and Military Instructor Pilot was born May 27, 1927 in Harlem, NY and transitioned from this earth into the arms of his heavenly Father, on August 30, 2012.
It was the William Fox’s Audubon Theatre at 3950 Broadway, New York, NY 10032 of 1912.