Gwendolyn B. Bennett, July 8, 1902 – May 30, 1981, was a Harlem artist, writer, and journalist.
Having been on pause since the pandemic, Liz Player (Founding Executive and Artistic Director, Harlem Chamber Players) is pleased to announce the rare NYC performance.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced 19 members, including George J. Silver as chair, to the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on the Judiciary (MACJ).
Thomas Sowell, Harlem born June 30, 1930 – is an economist, social theorist, and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
Multi-genre recording artist Damien Sneed returns to his Gospel roots with the release of his brand-new project, Damien Sneed UNPLUGGED on Friday, February 25, 2022, on his boutique label, LeChateau Earl Records.
Cliff Frazier is a Renaissance Man, a successful humanitarian, executive, educator, lecturer, writer, television & motion picture producer, director, actor, and social activist.
To all of the dear followers of communications that I have sent on behalf of our Forever Mayor, David N. Dinkins, over the past 8 years.
When the philosopher Alain Leroy Locke edited the Harlem issue of the Survey Graphic that appeared on March 1, 1925, he infused the literary awakening of the 1920s now called the Harlem Renaissance.
Dorothy Maynor, September 3, 1910 – February 19, 1996, was an American soprano, concert singer, and the founder of the Harlem School of the Arts.
By Yolande Brener New Age musician, Laraaji,
Laraaji was born in 1943 is an American multi-instrumentalist specializing in piano, zither, and mbira.
By Robert Walker Spoiler Alert / Disclaimer Let me first start with saying this to any Madam C.J. Walker admirers, and to those who maybe heard of Annie Malone (many have not),
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.
John Oliver Killens, January 14, 1916 – October 27, 1987, was an American fiction writer from Georgia. His novels featured elements of African-American life.
Anna Pauline “Pauli” Murray, 1910–1985, was an American civil rights activist, women’s rights activist, lawyer, Episcopal priest, and author.