Seitu’s World: Harlemites Respond To The Verdict In The George Floyd Case In Harlem

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Seitu attended the celebration of the verdict in the George Floyd case on 125th Street in front of the State Office Building in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: The Harlem Honors Awards, Honoring Those Who Died Of COVID-19

By Seitu Oronde

The Harlem Honors Awards is a group that comes together in vans as they drive by different locations honoring people that have lived and resided in Harlem they have passed away this year during the COVID-19 Crisis. Continue Reading →

Congrats, To Longtime Harlem Pol Who Prevailed Over Challengers

City Limits reports that in Harlem, it was legacy that trumped winds of change. Longtime Harlem pol Bill Perkins won the primary with 49 percent of the vote, a wide margin over challengers Marvin Holland, who received 20 percent, Cordell Cleare, who received 17 percent, and three other Democrats. Continue Reading →

Harlem City Council Candidates To Debate Issues

Candidates vying for the vacant City Council District 9 seat in a February 14 election will debate issues facing East Harlem on Tuesday, Feb. 7th, 2017. Continue Reading →


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