Badillo applauded our goals but sharply disagreed with our militant tactics. Mayor Lindsay ordered the police to arrest more than a hundred of us in the church, whereupon Badillo suddenly intervened as a mediator of the conflict.
This collection of photographs represents a sample of the vast array of work done by Roger Cában during the early 1970’s, when he captured intimate images of his two favorite islands, Manhattan and Puerto Rico. Continue Reading →
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI) will host a series of program events, beginning with a free hardhat “pop-up” exhibition open to the public for the first time at the 1885 historical landmark firehouse (120 E. 125th Street). Continue Reading →
Pura Belpré (1899–1982) was the first Puerto Rican librarian in New York City. She was also a writer, collector of folktales, and puppeteer. Continue Reading →
The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is Your Voice at the IRS. They say their job is to ensure that every taxpayer is treated fairly, so that we know and understand our rights. Continue Reading →
To celebrate its 5 millionth member, Planet Fitness is celebrating, kicking off a “5 Million Thank Yous” campaign and contest from Harlem to Hollywood. Continue Reading →
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will announce Thursday that he is ousting more than half the leadership of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade Inc. for financial mismanagement and is reconstituting its board of directors. Continue Reading →
It was supposed to be a friendly talk about an East Harlem art space. Continue Reading →