Moikantsi Kgama On The Danny Tisdale Show As Part of Black Philanthropy Month

harlem world magazine logo 2Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month in August with great Harlem non-profits. Continue Reading →

Linda Walton On The Danny Tisdale Show As Part of Black Philanthropy Month Series

Harlem experiences logoListen to The Danny Tisdale Show on HW Podcast as we celebrate Black Philanthropy Month in August with great Harlem non-profits.

Third in the series is Linda Walton, executive director of the Harlem Arts Alliance (HAA). Continue Reading →

\Women’s Empowerment Organization Comes To Harlem

women engagedProject V Inc., an innovative women’s empowerment organization, hosts their official launch party, this Saturday, May 31, 2014 from 3PM-6PM at La Maison d’Art, located at 259 W. 132nd St. in Harlem. Continue Reading →

MillionTreesNYC Free Tree Giveaways

im your pick up your free treeNYRP and local NYC organizations will distribute 12,000 free trees at over 90 giveaways in the spring

To help meet the two-year acceleration of MillionTreesNYC, the initiative of planting and caring for one million new trees in New York City by 2015 … Continue Reading →

HSA CEO Shares 5 Secrets Of Success

LisaHancockPhotographyWant to be the big boss? Yvette L. Campbell, CEO and president of the Harlem School of the Arts, shares five characteristics of great leaders. Continue Reading →

Sponsored Love: Free Cool Stuff for All at the Harlem Stop ‘N’ Swap

grow nycThe new year is here, and Harlem residents resolving to get rid of last year’s clutter need look no further than Stop ‘N’ Swap®, a free community event organized by local non-profit GrowNYC coming to Harlem on January 25th. Continue Reading →

Volunteers Of America Retires Sidewalk Santa

black_imagery_gallery_08For the first time in more than a century, a well-known group of Santa’s helpers won’t be on the city streets. Continue Reading →

Join StoryCorp at Countee Cullen in Harlem

StoryCorps, a non profit organization collecting oral histories about our experience, is conducting recording sessions in Harlem. It is a bit last minute notice, but I would love to share the opportunity for you or others record memories. The sessions are being archived by the Smithsonian for public access and run on NPR.