Noted civil rights icon Congressmember and Harlem fave John Lewis closed out Women’s HERstory Month recognizing The Links, Incorporated as a distinguished organization of outstanding community service and influence. Continue Reading →
During a talk last week in Harlem, April Ryan, Washington bureau chief for the American Urban Radio Networks and CNN political analyst, didn’t mince words about covering the Trump White House. Continue Reading →
On June 16, eleven New York high school students from Brooklyn Lab School, Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School and the George Washington Education Campus faced off in “Teen Battle Chef LIVE in Harlem,” an annual cooking competition celebrating achievements of students who participate in the Teen Battle Chef (TBC) program held this year at Madiba Harlem. Continue Reading →
Twelve New York students who have mastered an eight-week culinary program will put their cooking skills to the test when they face off in Teen Battle Chef Live. Continue Reading →
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