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 →

A New Universe Harnessing The Power Behind Super(s)heroes And Comics Of Color In Harlem

On Saturday November 16, 2019, a new and unprecedented exhibition The Color of Power: Heroes, Sheroes, & Their Creators brings to Harlem’s Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) Continue Reading →

One Time Executive Director Of The Studio Museum, Mary Schmidt Campbell Joins J. Paul Getty Trust Board

The J. Paul Getty Trust announced today that Mary Schmidt Campbell, Ph.D., president of Spelman College in Atlanta, has joined the Board of Trustees. Continue Reading →

REWIND 2018 Film Series Fashioning A Future At The Schomburg In Harlem

The Schomburg Center and the division for Moving Image and Recorded Sound have a rich history of collecting and preserving cinema of, or featuring black talent from across the African diaspora. Continue Reading →

In Case You Didn’t Know, Rhonda Ross And Rodney Kendrick Are Having A Valentine’s Day Concert In Harlem

At Harlem stage Rhonda Ross and Rodney Kendrick celebrate love in all its dimensions in their first full USA concert together in 15 years! Continue Reading →

Combatting Oppression With Sacred African Traditions At City College In Harlem

In our current era of systematic racism, gender-based violence, neo-fascism, and religious intolerance, a pioneering New York City based cultural arts organization is hosting Trade/itions event in Harlem. Continue Reading →

We Look Forward To “My Soul Looks Back” By Jessica B. Harris In Harlem

Jessica B. Harris, preeminent culinary scholar of the African Diaspora, cookbook author, and journalist, pens a memoir about a time in her life shaped by a romance with fellow college professor Sam Floyd, as well as friendships and chance encounters with cultural icons James Baldwin, Maya Angelou, and Nina Simone. Continue Reading →


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