Harlem World Magazine On Facebook And More

If you’re not following us, liking us, talking to us to get a thumbs up on the inside scoop on leaders, legends, and trailblazers around the block around world of Harlem, we can help you with our hosted HWMAG Facebook Insider page. Continue Reading →

NAACP Calls For Facebook Protest After Russia Used Social Media To Suppress Black Voters

NAACP took to Twitter on December 17, 2018, to announce that it has returned a monetary donation recently received from Facebook and calling on supporters to log out of Facebook and Instagram on December 18, 2018. Continue Reading →

VoteRunLead Hosts Women & Power 2018 National Town Hall With Facebook And WeWork

VoteRunLead – the nation’s largest and most diverse campaign and leadership training program – is hosting Women & Power 2018: a National Town Hall in partnership with Facebook and WeWork, and supported by the New York Women’s Foundation. Continue Reading →

A Reader Asks: On Facebook What’s Your Favorite Place To Eat In Harlem, Here’s The Appetizing Conversation

On our “#hwmag” Facebook Profile page hosted by Danny Tisdale founder of Harlem World Magazine, he asked readers “What’s Your Favorite Place To Eat In Harlem?” Continue Reading →

At Facebook Hearing, Senators Grill Zuckerberg On Social Network’s Content (Video)

A source reports that senators threw heated hardball questions Tuesday at Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook CEO who is under fire for a massive data breach at his company and how the site may have been used by foreign agents during the 2016 presidential election. Continue Reading →

Man Harassing Iranian Couple In Harlem Subway Sparks Conversation On Facebook

A video of a man apparently cursing and threatening to kill an Iranian couple on a Harlem subway train has sparked a conversation about how to respond to hateful comments and violent threats in public. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Azealia Banks Asks For Acceptance On Facebook

Azealia_Banks_2012_NME_Awards_croppedEarly this week, Harlemite and Donald Trump fan Azealia Banks revealed that she’s deleting her social media profiles because she can’t “f—k it up this time” now that she has a deal to sign. Continue Reading →

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