Harlem’s Bruce M. Wright, Served On The New York State Supreme Court 1917 – 2005

Harlem’s Bruce McMarion Wright, born Marion Bruce Wright, December 19, 1917 – March 24, 2005, was an American jurist who served on the New York State Supreme Court.

Harlem’s Keith Wright And Others Do The Right Thing Serving Thanksgiving Meals

Catholic Charities of New York will be hosting their annual turkey distribution, providing over 800 Thanksgiving meals with Keith Wright and others at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center Continue Reading →

Assemblyman Keith Wright Rucker Park Square Proclamation

Harlem State Assemblyman Keith L.T.Wright proclamation at the Rucker Professionals Hall of Fame that city land around Rucker Park is now known as Rucker Park Square in attendance Bob McCollough Continue Reading →

Harlem Legend Vy Higginsen Donates To NYC Health + Hospitals/Gotham Health, Sydenham Staff

Vy Higginsen noted author, playwright, Broadway producer, radio, and TV personality on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at Sydenham Health Center donated her bestselling Mama’s One Sauce to NYC Health + Continue Reading →

Fannie Emma Pennington, “Harlem’s Martriarch” 1914-2013 (Video)

Fannie Emma Pennington, February 1, 1914 – February 13, 2013, was an American activist, organizer, and fundraising coordinator for U.S. Congressional Representative (Harlem) Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.’s Isaac Democratic Club Continue Reading →

Join The Reunion Celebration Of The Riverton Houses’ 70th Anniversary In Harlem

During the summer of 1972, a group men and women who spent a significant part of their childhood and adolescent years in the Riverton Houses in Harlem decided to have Continue Reading →

The Sounds Of Caribbean Music 2017 Fab Fundraiser At Harlem School For The Arts

Even the balmy 96-degree weather cooperated, setting the perfect mood for the Harlem School of the Arts’ (HSA) recent  Caribbean heritage celebration.


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