Renting or purchasing a home continues to get more expensive, but the cost of moving into a rental is higher if you are young or part of a minority, according Continue Reading →
Renting or purchasing a home continues to get more expensive,
Organizations led by people of color from Harlem to Harare win less grant money and are trusted less to make decisions about how to spend those funds than groups with Continue Reading →
Hey Harlem, where are you spending your money? According to an ex-employee of the high-end designer Versace, the company informs their salespeople if a black person is walking through the Continue Reading →
The NYPD arrested fewer people for marijuana in 2015 than they have in 20 years, but police continue to pick up blacks and Latinos at a much higher rate than Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge The Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center began their 36 annual choreographic showcase on Sunday June 17. The three-day dance series, Souls of Our Feet: People of Color Continue Reading →
Amid the fake palm trees of the Cotton Club, white America discovered black culture. Throughout the twenties, the limos lined up on 133rd Street between Lenox and Seventh avenues, known Continue Reading →
Alice Neel, January 28, 1900 – October 13, 1984, was a Harlem-based visual artist, who was known for her portraits depicting friends, family, lovers, poets, artists, and strangers.
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