National Week of Prayer Kickoff Breakfast In Harlem

67d28a11-72d6-4220-be66-bf98c87dd6b7HCCI and its nearly 100 member congregations, join Harlem’s own Balm in Gilead and its ‘National Week of Prayer for the Healing of AIDS’ to address HIV/AIDS and health disparities which disproportionately affect Harlem and communities of color nationwide.

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Rookie Cops Learn The Drill In Harlem

nypg cops in harlemWhen Jason Santa joined the NYPD in 2008 he was thrown right into the fire.

First assigned to the 30th Precinct in Hamilton Heights and, with only his academy training to guide him, he was given the overnight foot patrol shift. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Rev Jesse Jackson, Honor Dr. King’s Holiday

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Photographs by Seitu Oronde

On Monday, January 15th, 2015 was Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday.   After much blood, sweat and tears, it is a cherished national holiday when we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, his life of struggle and the legacy he left for our ongoing struggle for civil and human rights. Continue Reading →

Land Yoga Offers Classes to Harlem United’s Community Members

land yoga in harlemThe nonprofit arm of Harlem-based yoga studio, Land Yoga, has joined forces with Harlem United to offer once-per-week yoga classes to HOME clients, free of charge. Continue Reading →

Links Honors Reginald Van Lee and Dawn Davis In Harlem

Links in harlemOn Sunday, December 14, 2014, the Metro-Manhattan (NY) Chapter of The Links Incorporated (MML) will host its tenth biennial holiday gala at New York’s City’s iconic Gotham Hall from 4-8pm.  Continue Reading →

On The Red Carpet At ‘Rising Falcon’

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By CC Minton
It was opening night of the movie Falcon Rising starring Michael Jai White and Laila Ali on a action packed evening on September 6th, 2014, at 8 pm, at Times Square, New York.

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

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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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