IN an e-mail from East Harlem Preservation: Our campaign to remove the statue of J. Marion Sims—a white southern doctor who experimented on enslaved Black women without anesthesia or informed consent—continues to Continue Reading →
East Harlem Preservation invites you to attend an in-studio panel discussion regarding ongoing efforts to remove the statue of Dr. J. Marion Sims from its Fifth Avenue location.
This evening’s program features a great conversation between Susan Cahan and Lowery Stokes Sims focused on the Civil Rights Movement and New York’s museums from the late 1960s to the Continue Reading →
At the time of his death in 1893, there was no controversy at all: Dr. J. Marion Sims was heralded as a surgical pioneer and a hero—thought of so highly, Continue Reading →
Harlem’s International House New York, also known as I-House, is a private, independent, non-profit residence and program center for postgraduate students.
New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced the indictment of 47 individuals for their roles in two major drug and firearm distribution networks from Harlem to the Hudson.
Today, the New York City Soccer Initiative (NYCSI) partners—the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, NYC Parks, New York City Football Club (NYCFC),
ArtTable, the foremost professional organization dedicated to the advancement of professional women in the visual arts, today announced the date for its first-ever virtual benefit.
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