Harlem’s Collin Powell Feels The “Nation Will Overcome Hostility Toward Immigrants”

The Hoya reports that Harlem’s Colin Powell, former secretary of state under President George W. Bush, said the United States will “come through” its struggle to fully accept immigrants in a Continue Reading →

A Harlem Renaissance, From Douglass To Dubois Free Audio Books

Open Society has provided us all with the free links to downloadable audiobooks, which are from Harlem’s renaissance of mostly classics, during the COVID Crisis.

Entrepreneurs Of Color With A “Harlem State Of Mind” Fund Expands To D.C.

JPMorgan’s initiative to invest in minority entrepreneurs has launched in Washington, D.C. with $6.7 million in available funding writes Nancy Pothering for Impactalpha.

Historic City College Building Sits Empty With No Signs Of Life In Harlem

NY Post reports that a historic City College building once slated to house a center dedicated to a US congressman and then a secretary of state is an empty shell with Continue Reading →