On Friday, August 18, 2020, photographer Seitu Oronde was at the Mount Nebo Baptist Church food giveaway in Harlem, NY.
One of Harlem’s long-standing Baptist churches has been hit hard by the outbreak of new coronavirus in New York City, according to reports.
On Saturday, September 29, 2018, students, families and Reverend Dr. Johnnie Green from Mount Neboh Baptist Church —in partnership with Airbnb came out for a Harlem back-to-school bash.
Three Harlem churches will be converted into temporary testing sites as New York State officials attempt to increase health services provided to low-income communities and communities of color that are being hit hard by the new coronavirus.
The Post reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday made fun of the “rhythm” of “our Jewish brothers and sisters” during a speech at a church in Harlem.
He nearly went to his own funeral. A 33-year-old man leaving a funeral at a Harlem church was shot in the hand as he ran from a pistol-packing churchgoer Tuesday morning, police sources said.
Rev. Isaac Graham, the pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church in Harlem, NY, has died after contracting the coronavirus.
Dear Speaker Johnson, If you don’t know my name, I’m Rev. Dr. Johnnie Green. I’m the Senior Pastor at Mount Neboh Baptist Church.
One-hundred pastors representing thousands of congregants from Harlem to Hollis today released a letter expressing vehement opposition to the New York City Council’s proposed ban on real fur.
NY Daily News reports that a group of African-American clergy wrote to gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, ripping her comment that legalized pot licenses could serve as reparations for the drug war and demanding a formal apology.
Faith and community leaders from across New York City came together today for Economic Justice Day, a day-long conference organized by MPAC and sponsored by Airbnb.
On Saturday, December 9th, 2017, faith and community leaders from across New York City will hold Economic Justice Day, an all-day conference sponsored by Airbnb.
More than a dozen people arrested during two protests outside Trump Tower — including the Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter and Eric Garner’s mom — were told Monday that their cases would be dropped if they stayed out of trouble.
The NY Times reports that it was nearly two years ago that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo floated a plan for the state to pay for college courses for inmates.
In an emailed advisory on Friday, Assemblyman Keith Wright of Harlem announced he will kick off a campaign to replace Rep. Charles Rangel in Congress next year at a prayer breakfast in the Bronx on Saturday.