Harlem Churches Host HBCU Concerts

jay 1Morehouse College Glee Club, The Cheyney & Lincoln University Concert Choirs

By Claude Jay

In less than four weeks most college student will take their finals and those who are seniors will prepare for their big day, graduation. For the seniors, they will come to the end of their undergraduate careers. Continue Reading →

Ernesto Pujol’s Palm Sunday At St. Philip’s Church In Harlem

Pujol_Monk_12St. Philip’s Episcopal Church is pleased to present the work of Internationally exhibited and collected American artist, Ernesto Pujol from Palm Sunday, April 13th-Tuesday April 29th, 2014. Continue Reading →

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II And N. Carolina NAACP President Leads “Moral Monday”

Rev. William BarberThe Riverside Church announced today that Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, president of the North Carolina NAACP and the catalyzing force behind the “Moral Monday” civil disobedience protests responding to Republican voter suppression efforts in North Carolina. Continue Reading →

Qoute of The Day: Mase, “I Could’ve Saved MJ.”

maseHW posted an article last week stating that Harlem man rapper and preacher Mase intends to keep preaching in his church about his plan to spread the word of God to the hip-hop community, and today it’s reported that it all was sparked by Michael Jackson’s death. Continue Reading →

“Jail Ain’t No Good” Walk-A-Thon in Harlem

jail aint no good annual walkathon 2014The Masjid Malcolm Shabazz community is inviting all Harlemites to join us on April 26th as a participant in the “Jail Ain’t No Good” Walk-A-Thon. Continue Reading →

Harlem Hates Hate At ATLAH Church

atlah-protest-3-thumb-480xauto-36405On Saturday, March 29th, 2014 more than 50 LGBT activists from groups like ACT UP demonstrated in front of the ATLAH Church on Lenox Avenue in Harlem, protesting the church’s controversial sign (right) that called for the stoning of gay people. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: David V. Goliath in Harlem

samuel church templeBy Renae Francis & Tyrone Holmes

If you’ve ever walked along 125th Street between Park and Madison Avenue in the center of Historic Harlem,  New York you are apt to feel yourself entering a whole new world. Continue Reading →