Equality, Justice And Independence, Join Harlem’s 1st Annual Black Wall Street Festival Live Stream

Harlem-based Shades of Truth Theatre & Voza Rivers/ New Heritage Theatre Group is delighted to announce the first-ever collaboration with the Robey Theatre of Los Angeles. Continue Reading →

DoorDash Announces Funding To Support Women, Immigrants, And BIPOC-Owned Businesses

DoorDash today announced its Main Street Strong Accelerator, an initiative providing financial support and specialized educational resources to women-, immigrants- and people of color-owned businesses. Continue Reading →

Cities For Action Holds Multi-City Tele-Town Hall On DACA State-Of-Play

Yesterday, Cities for Action—a coalition of over 200 U.S. mayors and county executives advocating for pro-immigrant federal policies and launching innovative, inclusive programs and policies at the local level. Continue Reading →

Amazon Launches Supermarket Chain Built Around Technology

With many Harlemites shopping more and more from home during the COVID crisis, it is great to hear that Amazon has taken the wraps off of its concept for the supermarket of the future. Continue Reading →

Senate Passes Hoylman Bill To Ban Life Like Imitation Weapons From Harlem To The Hudson

Senator Brad Hoylman released the following statement today in response to the passage of S35 through the New York State Senate. Continue Reading →


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