New Book Rise Up, Confronting A Country At The Crossroads By Rev Al Sharpton

Beginning with a foreword by Michael Eric Dyson and closing with Harlem’s Rev. Al Sharpton’s moving eulogy for George Floyd,  Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Ed Davila Talks Aretha Franklin Memorial And More (Video)

Join Harlem’s Ed Davila (left), and Aretha Franklin “Queen Of Soul,” family friend, as he talks about partying mid-town with the Franklin sons in the 70’s, his photographs at Ms. Franklin’s memorial in Detroit and much, much more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

Washington: Join The “Vote For Justice: An Evening Of Empowerment,” Livestream

The Justice Roundtable, a Washington-based coalition of over 100 justice organizations and advocates advancing federal criminal justice policy reforms, will host “Vote for Justice: An Evening of Empowerment.” Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 2017 Phoenix Awards Dinner (Photographs)

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017, master photographer Seitu’s World photographed intimate images of electeds at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 2017 Phoenix Awards Dinner, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: The NAN Annual Convention in NYC

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Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Thursday, April 9, Julián Castro, Secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), delivered remarks at the National Action Network’s (NAN) Annual Convention in New York City.

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Interview: Harlem Photographer Rudy Collins

rudy collinsThe latest installment of our Harlem Interview series, where we get to know the people in our neighborhood:

Harlem World: Do you have brothers and/or sisters? Where were you born? Are you married or single?

RC: I have four brothers. I was born in Harlem Hospital on Lenox Avenue. I’m single Continue Reading →


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