Seitu’s World: Silvia’s And Rev. Al Sharpton’s Feed Harlem Residents During The COVID Crisis

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On May 24th, 2020, the National Action Network (NAN) began holding Sunday Supper at Sylvia’s, expanding meal distribution in partnership with CARE, and Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem. Continue Reading →

The Rental Car Behemoth Hertz Latest To File For Bankruptcy Closing Spots From Harlem To Hawaii

Hertz with a number of locations in Harlem is the latest major company to implode after the COVID pandemic nearly halted all business and leisure travel worldwide. Continue Reading →

Ntozake Shange’s ‘For Colored Girls’ Continues To Rack Up Awards In Anticipation Of Larger Run

Broadway and other New York City theaters may be shuttered but for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf has been open for awards and nominations. Continue Reading →

Be Careful As The CDC Issues New Guidance On School And Summer Camp Reopenings

With COVID-19-related restrictions being eased, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is getting out in front of the likely scenarios of parents going back to work and sending their children back to school, daycare, or off to camp. Continue Reading →

Regulators Ask Netflix To Stop Streaming HD Quality

If you — like many others — are practicing social distancing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak by curling up and watching a streaming platform like Netflix, then it may be time to lower your video quality. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Hydroxychloroquine Does Not Reduce The Death Rate, Study Says

A new study conducted by researchers from Brigham Women’s Hospital found that giving COVID-19 patients hydroxychloroquine didn’t improve their health outcomes. Continue Reading →