This amazing Harlem Girl necklace is a one-of-a-kind handcrafted after months of work using focal lampworked glass beads, pearls, bamboo coral, crystals, antique gold metal disks, and gold beads by jewelry designer Montanette Jones created with that Harlem Girl during the second Harlem Renaissance. Continue Reading →
Mark your Calendars for Saturday, December 16, 2017! Harlem World Magazine, is the #1 source in the world for all things Harlem since 2003, presents a reading and discussion. Continue Reading →
Founded in 2013, Harlem World Cares, is a community-run youth publishing organization. Our mission is to support and develop Harlem’s students between the ages of 13-17. Continue Reading →
Harlem World Magazine is a community and global company that promotes Harlem history, news and events related to everything Harlem fostering a shared mission for what the BBC called “the greatest community in the world,” and provide curated free announcements for arts and culture events, a new ‘Best of Harlem’ publication, contributor resources, non-profit discounts and much more. Continue Reading →
Jarvis Jenkins helped unveil the newest location of Barbershop Books Tuesday morning at the International Hair Studio in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Giving back to the Harlem community is built into the DNA of Harlem World Magazine with our Harlem World Cares, so when we read that this past month more than 125 social impact investors and philanthropic leaders convened on Martha’s Vineyard for a two and half day convening focused on communities of color we were over joyed. Continue Reading →
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