Seitu’s World: Harlem To MidTown “Slow Walk” Rally With Inez E. Dickens And More

Photographs By Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, September 26th, 2020, at 3333 Broadway on the corner of W. 135th and Broadway, with youth, residents, Harlem Assembly Member Inez E. Dickens and the NAACP Mid-town in a “Slow Walk” Rally that included Manhattanville and Grant Houses. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Espaillat, Dickens, De La Rosa And Others Bring #RentRelief Now For NY Residents

Representative Adriano Espaillat for Harlem released the following statement in support of $100 Million rent relief for constituents in New York’s 13th congressional district and throughout New York state. Continue Reading →

Groundbreaking $15.5 Million Project To Expand And Revamp Montefiore Square In Harlem

The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT), NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), NYC Department of Parks and Recreation (Parks) Continue Reading →

M/WBE Forum By NYC Department Of Small Business Services In Harlem

The NYC Department of Small Business Services in partnership with Council Member Bill Perkins, Assemblywoman Inez E. Dickens and New York State Senator Brian A. Benjamin are proud to host the Manhattan Borough Forum. Continue Reading →

The Mayor And Others Demand Albany Expand Speed Enforcement Cameras Near Schools In State Budget

Mayor de Blasio joined crash survivors, victims’ families, seniors and elected officials on the steps of City Hall to demand leaders in Albany include an expansion of New York City’s school zone speed enforcement camera program in the final state budget by April 1, 2018. Continue Reading →

Harlem ‘Grassroots’ Nonprofit Has Ties To Powerful Politicians Reports NY Post

A new nonprofit group created to advocate for the Harlem community is controlled by workers and allies of local elected leaders, The NY Post reports has learned. Continue Reading →


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