“Harlem Document,” 1930’s By Aaron Siskind

0433423318_12977468_8colLennie Bennett, the Times Art Critic elequently reviews Aaron Siskind’s “Harlem Document” work in Harlem during the 1930’s. Harlem is many things to many people since the 17th century when the Dutch established it as a military outpost in upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Descendants Of the USA Colored Troops Celebrate 150th Anniversary of the Civil War In Harlem

The New York Chapter of the Sons & Daughters of the United States Colored Troops inaugural Diaspora Awards held on Saturday, May 19th at the Faison Fire House Theater was a huge success! Continue Reading →