El Museo’s 44th Annual Three Kings Day (Virtual) Celebration Is Coming To East Harlem

El Museo del Barrio is delighted to present the 44th Annual Three Kings Day (Virtual) Celebration on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, titled Fuerza Colectiva: Celebrating our Roots and Diversity. Continue Reading →

The blacklist100: Celebrating 100 Black Culture Makers And Thought-Leaders From Harlem To Hollywood

Following the recent launch of the Juneteenth Image Capsule (JIC) campaign – a future-forward, all-digital movement designed to comprehensively celebrate Black culture and Blackness – the next phase of the JIC initiative will continue with the release of the inaugural blacklist100. Continue Reading →

CCCADI Launches Phase 2 Of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign Challenging Arts & Culture Field To Address Systemic Racism

Two weeks ago, the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) initiated Phase 1 of #ArtsGoBlack Campaign designed to express solidarity with all those protesting the horrific murders of countless members of our African Diaspora family by violent, racist attacks – all within 100 days. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Apollo Theater To Livestream Let’s Stay (In) Together Benefit Concert With DJ D-Nice

Apollo Theater announced that on Tuesday, June 2 at 7:30 p.m. it will present “Let’s Stay (In) Together: A Benefit to Support the Apollo Theater,” a special musical event streamed live at apollotheater.org. Continue Reading →

Annual Kwanzaa Crawl Brings $250,000 To Black Business From Harlem To Hollis

Let’s support black businesses through libations! According to The Root, the annual Kwanzaa Crawl helps generate $250,000 for black businesses in Harlem and Brooklyn in New York City. Continue Reading →


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