Baruch College announced the appointment of Elliott Dawes, JD, LLM, as Executive Chief Diversity Officer, effective August 2, 2021.
Baruch College and Bank of America today announced a new $1 million graduation and employment initiative partnership to help Black and Hispanic-Latino students.
First Tech Fund (FTF) today announced the open application period for the fourth cohort of its free fellowship program open to high school students from Harlem to Hollis.
New York City is still trying to devise a plan on how to educate all of its 1.1 million, approximately 70 percent Black and Latinx, public school children.
Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today celebrated the fifth annual College Awareness Day as part of the City’s College Access for All initiative.
A great rare etching of City College of New York was originally founded as the Free Academy of the City of New York at St. Nicolas Terrace to Amsterdam Avenue, W. 140th to West 138th Streets in post colonial Harlem in upper Manhattan in 1847 by wealthy businessman and president of the Board of Education,…
By Glenn Hunter When the league which became the National Basketball Association (NBA) formed, absent were the New York Rens.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today announced that the city’s Asylum Application Help Center has helped migrants mail more than 1,300 asylum applications since it began at the end of June.
When a community is prepared ahead of a disaster from Harlem to the Hudson, access to resources and aid can speed up the recovery period.
Harlem Cultural Archives’ Glenn Hunter looks back during Black History Month in honor of Rev. Calvin Otis Butts III with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today appointed six new members to the Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) to round out his 13 mayoral appointments.
Harlem’s Glenn Hunter looks back at the historic 1936 Harlem Riots Report Conference, and the passing of Rev. Calvin Butts III with host Danny Tisdale, on The Harlem World Magazine Show.
Nearly 73 percent of public high schools in New York City don’t have student newspapers or websites –– nor access to student journalism programs.
One of the Harlem-based African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) co-founders Diarah N’Daw-Spech talks about their 30th anniversary with Harlem World Magazine.
The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) will celebrate its 30th anniversary from November 25 to December 11, 2022, with 89 narratives and documentaries from 44 countries to be presented in seven different venues in Manhattan.