Harlem Youth Opportunities Unlimited, more commonly called HARYOU, was an American social activism organization founded by psychologists Kenneth Clark and Mamie Phipps Clark in 1962. Continue Reading →
Bleeding Cool that I’ve been collecting comic books for a long time, and it’s not too often that I run across something that I haven’t seen before, but while perusing the offerings for tonight’s auction session at Comic Connect, I ran across a comic book that is both obscure and amazing. Continue Reading →
There is one week left to purchase your tickets and tables to the Harlem Educational Activities Fund Gala (HEAF) 2017. You can bid on goodies from Golf and Sports, to Skiing, to Fashion Items and more! Think birthdays, holidays, and self-care! Continue Reading →
Manhattanhenge, that “incredibly photogenic event that happens when the setting sun perfectly aligns with Manhattan’s east-west grid,” is coming again. Continue Reading →
Join the Harlem Education Activities Fund for the 25th anniversary Gala celebration with distinguished professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., who will be presenting Roger Ferguson, President and CEO, TIAA-Cref with his award that night. Continue Reading →
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