Tren’ness Woods-Black And Others Help NYC’s Immigrant-And Minority-Owned Small Businesses Recover

In recent months, CUF has shined a light on the disproportionate damage done by the pandemic to the city’s immigrant- and minority-owned small businesses, while elevating solutions to help cushion the blow and ensure an inclusive recovery. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Silvia’s And Rev. Al Sharpton’s Feed Harlem Residents During The COVID Crisis

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On May 24th, 2020, the National Action Network (NAN) began holding Sunday Supper at Sylvia’s, expanding meal distribution in partnership with CARE, and Sylvia’s Restaurant in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem ‘Grassroots’ Nonprofit Has Ties To Powerful Politicians Reports NY Post

A new nonprofit group created to advocate for the Harlem community is controlled by workers and allies of local elected leaders, The NY Post reports has learned. Continue Reading →

LDS Elder Rasband Calls Harlem ‘A Very Special Place’

Deseret News reports that Elder Ronald A. Rasband exited the Church’s prominent 33,000-square-foot meetinghouse located in the heart of Harlem, New York, on Sunday, October 22, 2017, and walked one block down the street. Continue Reading →

Harlem State Senate Candidate Reality Star Shows It’s About The Benjamins

State Senate Harlem candidate Brian Benjamin is a real-estate developer, community-board chairman — and a former reality-TV star accused of stealing everything from a computer to hair extensions from his cancer-stricken girlfriend. Continue Reading →

Army Secretary Visits Harlem Recruiting Center

size0Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning administered the oath to enlist 22 men and women in a ceremony Thursday at the Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. Continue Reading →