The Harlem Renaissance speaks to a beautiful time period in American history, specifically black American history. The Harlem Renaissance birthed, cultivated and celebrated African-American cultural and artistic contributions to the U.S. creative and cultural art sectors. Continue Reading →
It’s NBA All-Star week that started at Jimmy Jazz in Harlem that started from February 10th the 15th. Even though you’ve missed Harlem man P. Diddy and Snoop Dog performance in Harlem! Continue Reading →
As a prelude to New York Fashion Week and Black History Month salute, MAD Free & the Schomburg Center present a dynamic multi-platform conversation celebrating the diversity, creativity, and intelligence of self-expression of black men through style uniquely found on the streets of Harlem. Continue Reading →
A school psychologist told Rosa Evans her son’s learning disability would stifle any dreams he had of becoming a scholar. Continue Reading →
Target (which has a store in Harlem) ) has made headlines (and plenty of sales) for their designer collaborations featuring mostly up-and-coming names in the industry. For their latest collection in the series, however, the mass retailer is looking to the past. Namely, the so-called “Queen of Prep” Lilly Pulitzer. Continue Reading →
Incredible photography by Lenox Fontaine one of the early photographers in the print issues of Harlem World Magazine.