Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church Receives Spectrum Grant For Senior Program

Spectrum today announced First Corinthian Baptist Church (FCBC) Community Development Corporation has received a $5,000 Spectrum Digital Education Grant for its Senior Connect program. Continue Reading →

New $4 Million Grant To Assist East Harlem Small Businesses Impacted By COVID-19

NYC Council Member Diana Ayala, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Union Settlement today announced the creation of a new $4 million East Harlem Small Business Grant Program. Continue Reading →

Harlem Senator Benjamin Organizes Donation To Purchase Needed Medical Supplies For Harlem Hospital

After being briefed on crucial needs by the leadership of NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem, State Senator Brian A. Benjamin has secured a $50,000 donation from Fairstead. Continue Reading →

Vote On Lenox Terrace Rezoning Plan Threatens Historic Central Harlem Neighborhood

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, at 6 pm, in Harlem, NY, Community Board 10, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building (163 W. 125 Street, 2nd floor in art gallery). Continue Reading →

“ICE Not Welcome In Harlem,” Says Harlem State Sen. Brian A. Benjamin

Harlem State Sen. Brian Benjamin, New Sanctuary Coalition, Union Theological Seminary and a group of twenty Harlem and East Harlem Clergy put the Trump Administration on notice today that their communities care for and love our immigrant neighbors. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Sen. Benjamin To Host Community Forums On NYC Property Taxes From Harlem To Hollis

State Sen. Brian A. Benjamin, Chair of the Senate Budget and Revenues Committee rolled out dates for a community forum tour to discuss the inequities and inefficiencies of taxing property in New York City. Continue Reading →


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