Juneteenth (a portmanteau of June and nineteenth; also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day) is a holiday celebrating the liberation of slaves in the United States.
By Bretton Love Colorado, the Centennial State. Known for its stunning Rocky Mountains, popular skiing resorts, breathtaking scenery, and Denver, the famous “Mile-High City”.
Returning to BET Networks for the seventh consecutive year on Saturday, February 1, 2020, the 21st Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will be hosted by national radio and TV personality Rickey Smiley.
The NY Jets and the NY Giants have done great community work in Harlem, as part of its ongoing Inspire Change platform, the National Football League today announced that eight social justice organizations are receiving grants, as approved by the joint NFL owner-player working group.
The National Football League today announced the launch of the Inspire Change platform, showcasing the collaborative efforts of players, owners and the league to create positive change in communities across the country.
Terrie M. Williams, one of the country’s premiere public relations professionals, whose firm has represented some of the biggest names in entertainment, sports and business, has announced that the company that bears her name will be closing in September 2018.
John Wesley Carlos, born June 5, 1945- , is an American former track and field athlete and professional football player.
Kenneth William Avery, born May 23rd, 1944 at at 124th Street and Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, NY is a former professional American football player.
It’s already semi-common knowledge that NYC’s school system is the most racially segregated in the country.
By Yolande Brener I went to Harlem Hookah for the Bloggers, Authors, and Publishers celebration on October 5th, 2016. Husband and wife co-owners, Tiffany and Stephen Bowen, gave my friend and I a warm welcome when we arrived.
FreshDirect, a leading online fresh food grocer, announced today that it has named Harlemite Larry Scott Blackmon Vice President, Community and Government Affairs.
Gerri Major, 1894–1984, was an African-American woman who lived in Harlem during a career that stretched from the 1920s through the 1970s.
Harlem’s Henry Louis “Lou” Gehrig, June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941, nicknamed “The Iron Horse” for his durability, was an American Major League Baseball first baseman.
With it looking increasingly likely that Paul Pogba will be leaving Manchester United at the end of his contract this summer, speculation is already mounting over where the Frenchman will end up next.
After Chelsea splashed the cash on Romelu Lukaku in the summer transfer window, you would have expected that, at this stage of the season, the Belgian would be leading Chelsea’s scoring charts.