Fidel Castro, Malcolm X And The Gracious Hotel Theresa In Harlem 1960 (Video)

Here are the results of a legendary meeting that way it was reported, we start with The Militant reported that: On September 19th, 1960 Fidel Castro traveled to the United States to address the United Nations, General Assembly.

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Million Of Charities From Harlem To Harare At Risk Because Of Proposed Domain Sale?

With hundreds of non-profits in Harlem, it was news to us that top NGOs, including Greenpeace and Amnesty International, called for the $1.1bn sale of the “.ORG ” internet domain to a private company to be blocked on Wednesday, saying it could do “irreparable harm” to global civil society. Continue Reading →

When Harlem Welcomed Castro And Cubans, NY, 1960

fidelcastro_hotelteresaworkers-678x509When Cuba’s delegation arrived in New York City in September 1960 to attend the United Nations General Assembly, the Eisenhower administration had already stopped Cuba’s sugar exports to the U.S. Continue Reading →

The Mayor’s Office Calls For 2016-2017 NYC Junior Ambassadors Program From Harlem

nyc-ambassadors-in-harlemThe Mayor’s Office for International Affairs has opened the application process for the 2016-2017 NYC Junior Ambassadors program. Continue Reading →

Salters Scene: President Obama in NYC

President Obama Arrives in NYC

President Obama Arrives in NYC

By Udo  Salters

It’s President Obama arriving in Air Force One, the plane touched down in NYC early Sunday morning September 27th. After saying hello and shaking hands of a number of people gathered on the tarmac, he was off again in the Marine One helicopter bound for Manhattan.

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