Yuri Kochiyama (河内山 百合 Kochiyama Yuri?, May 19, 1921 – June 1, 2014) was a Japanese American human rights activist.
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Harlem invented street style as these photographs prove! Here are images from photographer Diane Allford of the street style moments happening on the streets of Harlem during the Sunday, September 21st, African American Day Parade 2014. Continue Reading →
One Solution, the creative and branded entertainment arm of Radio One, has entered into a new partnership with the National Urban League in support of the organization’s Put Our Children 1st education initiative.
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On Sunday, September 21st, 2014, the 45th Annual African- American Day Parade brought out Harlem’s best. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
Police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, and congressmen—50 years after the Civil Rights Movement almost 2 million African-Americans fill just about every thinkable position throughout the city.
Celebrating its thirteenth year, the Junior Scholars Program is a Saturday program that engages 125 youth, ages 11 to 17, in the exploration of American and global history through the lens of the Schomburg Center’s collections. Continue Reading →
Join the 45th Annual Harlem African-American Day Parade from 111th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. To 136th Street. Continue Reading →
A great photograph of girls dancing in a half circle on a side walk one winter in Harlem, New York,1925. Continue Reading →