C. Anthony Bryant CD Release Concert In Harlem

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Abyssinian’s own C. Anthony Bryant celebrates the release of his debut recording project entitled, “Hymnody Vol. I” on Friday, January 23, 2015, at 7:00 PM in the Abyssinian Baptist Church Sanctuary. Continue Reading →

National Urban League: Redeem the Dream

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Nearly fifty-two years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. ignited a movement (from Harlem to Hollywood) of action toward his dream of freedom, opportunity, and equality. Now, his American dream is the National Urban League’s proud legacy. Continue Reading →

“If Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, …?” Harlem Answers (video)

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This piece was originally posted on  Monday, January 16th, 2012.

Sriya at Romio contributed to the Harlem World Magazine Network with a video created by roaming the streets of Harlem on Martin Luther Kings, Jr., Day, … Continue Reading →

Hazel Dukes At MLK Birthday Celebration

hazel dukesHere’s a reminder that the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center New York Support Group will be hosting its 30th annual Dr. King birthday program on Monday, January 19th and you are cordially invited to join us .

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Harlem Cultural Festival ‘The Black Woodstock,’ Harlem, NY, 1969

1969 Harlem Cultural Festival CrowdThe Harlem Cultural Festival or as it is more commonly known Black Woodstock featured a number of concerts that were held on the hills of Mount Morris Park in Harlem. Continue Reading →

‘Selma,’ The Most Prolific Film Ever

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By Eartha Watts-Hicks

On December 15th, 2014, I was at an Academy screening and Q&A for Selma. This is probably one of the most prolific films I have ever seen. Continue Reading →

A Harlem Throwback To The Era Of Billie Holiday

harlem bbop makes come backAround 8 p.m. on a recent Saturday, a few dozen people were gathered in a narrow, dimly lit Harlem brownstone. Couples smoked in the backyard beneath Christmas lights; a group of Chilean expats sought a corkscrew; a man and his young son searched for seats. Continue Reading →

Join the CABs Joint Annual Public Meeting

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Join the Community Advisory Boards Of Harlem Hospital Center and The Renaissance Health Care Network Cordially Invite You to our 2014 Joint Annual Public Meeting. Continue Reading →