Youth-Led Future Of Food Event In Harlem

vegerablesConnect, Inc. Harlem Grown and WHGA are hosting a Free Two-day Event Highlighting community-based and youth-led efforts to improve access to fresh, healthy & affordable food for all.  Continue Reading →

National Week of Prayer Kickoff Breakfast In Harlem

67d28a11-72d6-4220-be66-bf98c87dd6b7HCCI and its nearly 100 member congregations, join Harlem’s own Balm in Gilead and its ‘National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS’ to address HIV/AIDS and health disparities which disproportionately affect Harlem and communities of color nationwide.

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Behind The Scenes At The NY Association of Black And Puerto Rican Legislators

20150215_181755Harlem World Magazine gets exclusive access with President and founder of The Friends of Frederick E. Samuel Foundation, Slam Jam and Harlem’s Got Talent with Harlem Assembly Member Keith L.T. Wright, NY City Council Member Inez E. Dickens, Michael Garner of the MTA, and Clyde Frazier, Sr.
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Harlemite Rev. Sharpton At Nickelodeon Little Ballers Screening

Al Sharpton and TMNTNickelodeon Sports held a special Little Ballers screening party on Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at Pier Sixty in New York City.  Continue Reading →

Third Annual Black Comic Book Festival 2015

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Third Annual Black Comic Book Festival 2015, at the Schomburg with Jerry Craft and John Jennigs on Saturday, January 17th, 2015

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Masquerade Ball “Harlem Nights” Benefiting Harlem Hospital

harlem hash and harlem hospotialJoin Harlem Haberdashery (winner of Time Out New York’s “Best Store in Harlem” award) to dine, drink and dance in your best black-tie/cocktail attire at their 2nd Masquerade Ball benefitting Harlem Hospital Center’s Pediatric Department Unit.

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Seitu’s World: The Black Expo 2014 In NYC

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By Seitu Oronde

On Saturday, December 13th, 2014, the Black Expo 2014 was very well attended, despite the many protestors and transportation challenges, with black families shopping for the holiday’s and receiving valuable information and entertainment at the Penn Hotel in NYC. Continue Reading →