The Fab Princess Di Visits Harlem Hospital New York 1989 (Update)

In 1989 UPI reports that Princess Diana hugged and stroked children suffering from AIDS in a visit to a Harlem hospital today and questioned a doctor about the deadly disease. Continue Reading →

Senator Hoylman Calls For Universal PrEP And PEP Access On World Aids Day

On World AIDS Day, State Senator Brad Hoylman called for providing all New Yorkers with access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) medications to prevent HIV infection. Continue Reading →

‘After Stonewall’ At The Museum Of The City Of New York In Harlem (Update)

Trans people were at the forefront of the 1969 uprising at Greenwich Village’s Stonewall Inn, but their stories have not always been central in film representations of LGBT life in the city.  Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Alicia Keys, A$AP Rocky And Others Keep A Child Alive At The Black Ball 2016

Alicia keys and asp rocky benefitKeep a Child Alive (KCA) announced that Clive Davis will receive its Humanitarian Award at the 13th annual Black Ball held on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at the Manhattan Center/Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Continue Reading →

Jacquelyn Kilmer, Harlem United CEO Responds To Historic Housing, Transportation, And Nutritional Support Expansion

Jacquelyn KilmerToday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that all individuals in New York City will become eligible to receive housing, transportation, and nutritional support immediately upon diagnosis of HIV infection. Continue Reading →

Alicia Keys, Running the Marathon ‘Was Nothing’ (video)

alicia keys talks about the marathonOn Friday, November 6th, 2015, fresh from running the New York City Marathon, Harlem lady Alicia Keys walked the black carpet with hubby Swizz Beatz and others for her annual Keep a Child Alive Black Ball event in New York City. Continue Reading →


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