GQ Citizen Of The Year Colin Kaepernick Tours Harlem

Colin Kaepernick has been named GQ’s citizen of the year after a period in which his protest against racial and social injustice in the US has seen the former NFL quarterback become one of the most divisive figures in America. Continue Reading →

Harlem Faves Larenz Tate And Erica Ash to Host 2018 Bounce Trumpet Awards

Larenz Tate and Erica Ash will host the 2018 Bounce Trumpet Awards, an exciting night for Harlemites of inspiration, history and crowd-rousing performances celebrating African-American achievements and contributions. Continue Reading →

Laila Ali Hosts OWN’s Daytime Emmy-Winning “Home Made Simple”

[easyazon_link identifier=”B00D8CZXW2″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network[/easyazon_link] and Procter & Gamble announced today that Laila Ali, undefeated four-time boxing world champion, cookbook author, lifestyle brand creator, inspirational speaker and youngest daughter of Muhammad Ali, will join Daytime Emmy award-winning DIY series “Home Made Simple” as the new host for season seven. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Elaborates on New Book About John Wooden

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played under John Wooden at UCLA from 1966-1969, but the player and coach remained friends for the next 40 years, until Wooden’s death in 2010 at 99. Continue Reading →

Conversations In Black Freedom Studies: Black Athletes And The Freedom Struggle

From Muhammad Ali to the Williams sisters, the symbolic politics of black athletes have galvanized the black revolt for social justice. Continue Reading →

“To Joseph” By Muhammad Ali (Signed Photo)

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What a great photograph, the phone conversation is so intense Muhammad Ali, doesn’t look at the photographer, but looks right past the photographer. Continue Reading →

“Little” Stevie Wonder And Cassius Clay At The Apollo Theatre, Harlem, New York 1963

Legendary 13 year old “Little” Stevie Wonder goofing around with Cassius Clay photographed at world famous Apollo Theatre, Harlem, New York, 1963. Continue Reading →

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