Seitu’s World: National Action Network 2021 Virtual Day 1 Convention At The Sheraton Hotel

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Tuesday, April 13, 2021, Seitu attended the ribbon-cutting event with Rev. Al Sharpton and many others National Action Network 2021 Virtual Day 1 Convention at The Sheraton Hotel in NYC. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: A Celebration Of Martin Luther King Jr. And A Pre-Easter Celebration At NAN In Harlem

Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, April 3, 2021, Seitu attended an event honoring the memory of Martin Luther King jr., and a pre-Easter celebration with Rev. Al Sharpton and many others at the National Action Network (NAN) in Harlem. Continue Reading →

In Honor Of The Honorable New York City Mayor David Dinkins Passing

By Rudy Collins

One of my favorite photographes of “Hizzoner” and Harlem fave Mayor David Dinkins with Jessie Jackson, Rev. Al Sharpton, and Dr. Forbes at Riverside Church in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Mother A.M.E. Zion Church in Harlem Receives New York Landmarks Conservancy Sacred Sites Grant

The New York Landmarks Conservancy has announced eight Sacred Sites Grants totaling $140,000 awarded to historic religious properties throughout New York State, including $30,000 to Mother A.M.E. Zion Church in Harlem to help fund slate roof repairs. Continue Reading →

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 →

Manhattan Borough President World: The Wednesday COVID Update

At press time, TheCity.nyc’s COVID-19 tracker shows Manhattan has 25,131 confirmed cases and 2,929 deaths; New York City as a whole has 201,123 cases and 21,649 deaths. Continue Reading →


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