Harlem Ad Explosion Offensive

insuranceThe East Harlem building explosion on March 12 killed four people, injured dozens and destroyed the livelihoods of many. Continue Reading →

Staycation: Reset Your Relationship

We all need a weekend getaway every once in a while to recharge and gain relaxation within ourselves. After spending an important holiday with our loved ones, now it’s the time to sit back, relax and enjoy a weekend with that special someone. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Joe Budden, Checked For Anti-Sikh Photo

joebuddenJoe Budden, Harlem born rapper and member of the hip hop group Slaughterhouse, is receiving some social media attention, and it’s not because of his music. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Josephine Baker And Madame C. J. Walker In Women’s Stories Film Series

JosephineBaker2Josephine Baker: Black Diva In A Whit Man’s World

A tender, revealing documentary about one of the most famous and popular performing artists of the 20th century and the Harlem Renaissance. Her legendary banana belt dance created theatre history; her song “J’ai deux amours” became a classic, and her hymn. Continue Reading →

Women’s Empowerment Survivors Training

domesticviolenceOur Spring Women’s Empowerment for Survivors and Victims training explores how family violence shapes personal and social lives, and teaches techniques for direct service providers and people interested in leading a women’s support group to empower and heal survivors and victims. Continue Reading →

‘A Dream To Fly’ Performed At The Schomburg In Harlem

114In celebration of Women’s History Month, The New Legacy Leaders Project (NLLP), co-founded by Mental Health activist and author Terrie M. Williams and critically acclaimed actress Madeline McCray, will launch an innovative wellness and empowerment initiative. Continue Reading →

Forecast 2 to 4 Inches of Snow in Harlem

SNOWThe New York City Office of Emergency Management today issued a Hazardous Travel Advisory for Monday, March 3, 2014. Continue Reading →