With the holiday season upon us, it is easy to hold a gathering where all guests — with and without disabilities — feel welcomed, respected and have fun.
The Senate Democratic Majority today will pass legislation that will help protect New Yorkers with disabilities from Harlem to the Hudson.
Harlem World Magazine works with some of the best Nonprofits and foundations in and outside of Harlem, so we know that Nonprofits and foundations are full of good work and Continue Reading →
Playing two roles in Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Us, Lupita Nyong’o used disability to create the “creepy voice” for Adelaide Wilson’s doppelgänger.
These events are all inaccessible locations with terrific collaborators, including Youth Action YouthBuild East Harlem, Camp Ramah,
EmpoweredNYC, a new collaboration dedicated to enabling New Yorkers with disabilities to build a stronger financial future for themselves and their families, today announced a citywide listening tour to engage Continue Reading →
Today, Respectability reports that even as the national economy improves, New Yorkers with disabilities are left behind, which means Harlemites will be left behind.
The de Blasio Administration joined Citi Community Development and the National Disability Institute today to announce the launch of Empowered Cities, a national initiative that encourages municipalities to expand financial Continue Reading →
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