National Geographic, with Imagine Television Studios and Fox 21 Television Studios, announced today that Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning Cynthia Erivo (“Harriet,” Broadway’s “The Color Purple“) will star as Aretha Continue Reading →
Ella Fitzgerald sometimes referred to as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, First Lady of Jazz and Lady Ella. She was born on April 25, 1917, in Newport News, Virginia. She Continue Reading →
New York is widely recognized as one of the most passionate sports cities in America. Even if the city hasn’t been on top in the major sports lately the way Continue Reading →
Today, the de Blasio Administration announced that $2.8 million in additional funding will be allocated to over 175 cultural organizations in underserved communities in all five boroughs.
Eugene Jacques Bullard (1894-1961) was the first African American to fly a fighter plane and was known as the “black swallow of death” for his courage during missions.
Lewisohn Stadium was an amphitheater and athletic facility built on the campus of the City College of New York in Harlem.
During the Black History Month, Lyft is offering one free ride up to $10 to local Black history museums, memorials, and black-owned businesses in Harlem, NY.
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