The Harlem Renaissance And What Makes A Leader Great

The Harlem Renaissance is the name given to a period in the early twentieth century, roughly from the 1910s through to the mid-1930s, when a considerable amount of artistic works, including literature, art, stage performance, and music, came out of Harlem. Continue Reading →

New Online Book Displays Celebrating Harlem Renaissance 100 At Columbia University

The Gottesman Libraries is pleased to announce the launch of two new online book displays in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance. Continue Reading →

The 1st Annual Black Fashion World Foundation Gala 2020, Providing Access To The World Of Fashion

By Carla Nelson

On Saturday, February 15, 2020, we launched our Gleaning from the Masters educational service program. Continue Reading →

Harlem Historian Glenn Hunter Talks Harlem Renaissance, Harlem History Museum And More On The Danny Tisdale Show

Listen to Harlem historian Glenn Hunter talk Harlem Renaissance, Harlem History Museum and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. 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 →