Recruiting and training the next generation of publishers in Harlem Established in 2010, with Columbia University’s, Institute for Urban and Minority Education, IUME with assistant Director, Veronica Holly. Harlem Youth Publishing Empowerment (HYPE), recruits and trains the next generation of publishers in Harlem, and for Harlem World Magazine. HYPE is a community-social enterprise youth publishing…
From the award-winning entrepreneur, culture leader, and creator of the BLACK GIRLS ROCK! movement comes an inspiring and beautifully designed book that pays tribute to the achievements and contributions of black women around the world.
On Monday, January 29, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was in the house to take photographs of Susan Taylor, Cicely Tyson, Tarana Burke and many many more who came out for the National Cares Mentoring Awards Dinner 2018 at The Ziegfeld Ballroom in NYC.
Last night, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s holiday season at New York City Center kicked off with a star-studded Opening Night Gala Benefit performance and party that honored Ailey Board President Debra L. Lee (Chairman and Chief Executive Office of BET Networks) for her support of the Ailey organization since 2002.
NY1 reports that a Facebook posting from a prominent political donor has turned an under-the-radar controversy that started with Governor Andrew Cuomo and state Senate Democrats into one that is now getting public reaction from around the New York political world. Zack Fink filed the following report.
Join a celebration of Doris Jean “Devya” Richmond’s Life and Passion during a memorial service of Music and Light.
Today, Amalgamated Bank, the leading national progressive bank, announced that National CARES Mentoring will be the recipient of its Q1 2016 “Donate the Change” program.
By Rudy Colins It was the Esper dedication for the Maya Angelou Forever Stamp in collaboration with the National Park Service and the United States Postal Service, at the downtown African Burial Ground National Monument on Thursday, August 20, 2015.
Harlem World Magazine sends a shout out to Harlem Cares as they celebrate their 5th Anniversary. For the last 5 years Harlem Cares has continued their mission of mentoring “undersourced” youth in Harlem.
By Hadasah Ingrid On any given day in Harlem, one can count probably 1 to 10 middle-aged to senior citizens surprisingly using a cane or roller walker to maneuver down the street.
Dear Harlem CARES Supporters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently honored Susan Taylor, the National CARES Mentoring Program founder at a celebration of Women’s History Month.
At Harlem World Magazine we love to give props to those who gives props to others that advocate for responsive and transformative investments in our communities. So, we give props to the folks at TheBlackGiveBack for their recent article about the ABFE celebration of Darren Walker the new president of the Ford Foundation who used…
By Aisha Brown On November 19th, 2009, Harlem World presented the Harlem CARES Bridge to Mentor Power for an Evening of Grace and Thanksgiving to promote the importance of mentoring at risk teens.
In a celebration of artistic irreverence and humor, Barbara Tober, chair emeritus of the Museum of Arts and Design, hosted a delightful private lunch and tour of the museum’s latest exhibition, Funk You Too!
Southampton Arts Center [SAC – southamptonartscenter.org] hosted their largest benefit and culinary arts festival, with Harlem’s Kelis at the SummerFest, on September 1st, 2022!