A’Lelia Walker’s Legendary Dark Tower In Harlem 1885-1931 (Photographs)

This was A’Lelia Walker’s, back in the day from 1885-1931, it was a home and famous salon, “The Dark Tower,” which she hosted for writers, musicians, artists at 108 West 136th Street Continue Reading →

Harlem Renaissance 100 Launches Second Phase Of Year-Long Anniversary Celebration With Virtual Events For The Summer

Organizers today announced the second phase of the Harlem Renaissance 100. Become a Harlem insider – Sign-Up for our Weekly Newsletter! Follow Harlem World Magazine on Youtube and Instagram.

Families, Rights Groups Demand U.N. Investigate U.S. Police Brutality, Protest Suppression

In an unprecedented move, the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, and Philando Castile, together with over 600 rights groups led by the American Civil Liberties Union and Continue Reading →

The Legendary American Negro Theater In Harlem, NY, 1940 To Mid-1950s

The American Negro Theater (ANT) was formed in Harlem, New York on June 5, 1940, by writer Abram Hill and actor Frederick O’Neal. Follow Harlem World Magazine on Youtube and Continue Reading →

Beyoncé Partners With Google.org For Homecoming Scholars Award Program

Beyoncé, through her BeyGOOD initiative, announces a partnership with Google.org, the charitable arm of tech giant Google, to award four new scholarships as part of her Homecoming Scholars Award Program. Continue Reading →

Display Marks Centennial Of 1917 NAACP “The Negro Silent Protest Parade” Organized In Harlem

The Silent Protest Parade on Fifth Avenue on July 28, 1917, one of the first major mass demonstrations by African Americans, will be the focus of a special display of Continue Reading →

George S. Schuyler, Harlem Author, Journalist And Social Commentator, 1895-1977

George Samuel Schuyler February 25, 1895 – August 31, 1977, was an African-American author, journalist, and social commentator known for his conservativism after he had supported socialism. Follow Harlem World Continue Reading →