Harlem Real Estate Brokers Pay For Discriminating Against Poor

sneinerdmanNYDailyNew reports that two Brooklyn real estate brokers and one from Harlem agreed to pay a combined $39,000 to settle allegations that they discriminated against low-income tenants. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Selling Out Black Kids In Harlem And NYC

hw magazine s. tisdaleThe NYPost editorial board writes that if you were a New York politician and black and Latino kids in your city school district were performing miserably, would you say things were all hunky dory because the white kids were doing well? Continue Reading →

Join The Fifth Annual Golf And Tennis Outing For The Benefit Of Harlem Hospital Center

golf and tennis outing1Come out and take a swing of the golf club and the tennis racket at the Fifth Annual Golf And Tennis Outing for the Benefit of the Harlem Hospital Center on Monday, August 11, 9-4 pm, 2014. Continue Reading →

Census Show Another Increase in NYC’s Non-Hispanic White Population

east-harlem11Kevin Gallagher and Sharon Almog, both teachers, considered moving to New Jersey with their two children several years ago when they were squeezed out of the apartment they were subletting in Stuyvesant Town, the sprawling complex that has long been a haven for working- and middle-class families in Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Columbia’s Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students

hColumbia Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students 
We are currently recruiting high school students from the New York City area for the 2014- 2015 academic year session of the State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) at the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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Rangel Makes Racially-Charged Remark In Debate

Charlie_Rangel_Makes_Racially-Charged_RemarkDemocratic New York Congressman Charlie Rangel made a rather racially-charged remark about the main rival in his re-election bid during a debate Friday. Continue Reading →

LGBTQ Cultures in Photography At The Schomburg

June-9-Visually-Speaking-Gerad-Gaskin-image Join the Schomburg as we celebrate LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning) culture through the images of photographers Gerad Gaskin and Samantha Box. Continue Reading →

The Launch of a New Urban Health Campaign Uses Hip Hop as a Vaccine

hip hop health 1By Hadasah Ingrid

March 7th, 2014. The Center for Health Equity & Urban Science Education (CHEUSE) held its 6th Annual Health Disparities Conference at Teachers College, Columbia University in West Harlem, New York.  Continue Reading →

OP-Ed: Latinos Highest Among The Uninsured

LatinosMarch 31st is a significant day for President Barack Obama and his administration. It marks the deadline for registration for the Affordable Care Act and whether or not it is a success. Continue Reading →