Seitu’s World: Stop Gun Violence With Jackie Rowe Adams In Harlem (Photographs)

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Seitu attended the event with women who have lost their children due to gun violence, the event was sponsored by the NYPD and Jackie Rowe-Adams in from of PS 175 in Harlem. Continue Reading →

NYCHA’s Federal Monitor Under Microscope For Hiring Harlem lobbyist As A Consultant

An ex-state assemblyman’s appointment as a consultant with the federal monitor overseeing the New York City Housing Authority has raised concerns among federal housing officials and has been referred to federal prosecutors for review, the Daily News has learned. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: 48th Annual African American Day Parade In Harlem 2017

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Sunday, September 17th, 2017 the 48th annual African American Day Parade took over Adam Clayton Blvd., again this summer with folks in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Riverton Reunion 2017 In Harlem

By Rudy Collins

On July 22nd, 2017, the ” Alumni Residents” of the Riverton re-union on 135th and 5th Avenue in Harlem, New York, held a reunion which was a moving experience as you could feel the love in the group.

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Pol Urges Manhattan Democratic Party To Kick Out Council Harlem Hopeful

City Councilman David Greenfield is asking the Manhattan Democratic Party to boot a City Council candidate running on his opposition to “greedy Jewish landlords” off the party rolls. Continue Reading →

Harlem Democratic Boss Still Owes $200K From Failed 2016 Congressional Bid

New documents filed with the Federal Election Commission show Manhattan Democratic Party chairman Keith Wright still $202,337.72 in the hole from his unsuccessful campaign to replace retired Harlem Congressman Charles Rangel last year Continue Reading →


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