From Harlem To Harpersville Alabama Must Protect Voters During The COVID-19 Crisis

A federal court issued a decision today that will help protect the health and right to vote of medically vulnerable Alabamians. Continue Reading →

“A Winner Never Quits,” Samuel Hargress Jr., The Legendary Owner Of Paris Blues In Harlem

By Olivia Heffernan

Walking into Paris Blues is like entering a time warp, it turns out it actually is. Samuel Hargress Jr., 83, opened the Harlem blues and jazz club in 1969 and it hasn’t changed since. Continue Reading →

Lynching Memorial Leaves Some Quietly Seething: ‘Let Sleeping Dogs Lie’ (Warning Image)

Black men were lynched for “standing around”, for “annoying white girls”, for failing to call a policeman “mister”. Continue Reading →

Ambassador Haley Delivers Remarks At The UN In Remembrance Of The Slave Trade

Harlem has a long history of dealing with the issue of slavery, from Columbia University grappling with it’s ties to slavery to the African Burial ground of slaves in East Harlem. Continue Reading →