Senate Majority Passes New Legislation To Improve Environmental Justice From Harlem To The Hudson

The Senate Democratic Majority today will advance landmark legislation to protect low-income communities and communities of color from bearing unfair and unsafe pollution burdens. Continue Reading →

Everything You Need To Know To Vote In Harlem From Strivers’ Row To Sugar Hill

Election Day has arrived after more than a week of early voting, and Harlem World Magazine is bringing you a rundown of everything you need to know to vote in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza Announces Record Citywide Investment In The Arts Education From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today released the 2017-18 annual Arts in Schools Report and announced a record $433 million citywide investment in arts education, up from $336 million at the start of this administration in 2013-14. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Chancellor Fariña Announced The Expansion Of 3-K For All

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the expansion of 3-K for All to six more community school districts across all five boroughs. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Host, Harlem Speaker Mark-Viverito And Others Attend Harlem Town Hall

On Thursday, September 28, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio will host a town hall with East Harlem residents, represented by Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito in addition to Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, U.S. Representative Adriano Espaillat, State Senator Brian Benjamin, State Senator José M. Serrano and Assembly Member Robert Rodriguez. Continue Reading →

Health Department Today Launches Asthma Campaign Especially For Communties Like Harlem

image003The Health Department today launched a campaign educating parents about asthma as a chronic illness and the need to manage their child’s asthma every day. Continue Reading →


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