Seitu’s World: At The Wall Street Project 2014 After-Event In Harlem

seitu push2By Seitu OrondeSeitu was at the Rev. Jesse Jackson Wall Street and Rainbow Push event. Here is Jessie Jackson, and Rev Dr. James  Forbes at The Riverside Church in Harlem.

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The Nelson Mandela Tribute In Harlem

riverside shurchOn February 13th, the Nelson Mandela Foundation in association with
  CultureHorde  will hold a tribute concert in honor of the late, great Nelson Mandela –   celebrating his life and legacy, and the 20th anniversary of democratic freedom in
South Africa. Continue Reading →

Queen Mother Delois Blakely: Harlem’s Street Nun

Delois BlakelyA woman of compassion and caring, Queen Mother Dr. Delois Blakely champions the aspirations of women, children and youth. She criticizes mankind for the economic injustice that has degraded billions of lives worldwide and champions’ education, basic business training, microcredit, entrepreneurship, and “heart” as potential solutions. Continue Reading →

Nelson Mandela And The Harlem Love Affair

Nelson-MandelaSouth African president Nelson Mandela saying hello to a Harlem, N.Y., crowd seen in this in June, 1990 photograph during a rally. Continue Reading →

HW Responds To The Passing Of Nelson Mandela

ny-mandelaHarlem World Magazine network (writers, board members, contributors, partners, friends, etc.,) respond to the passing of South Africa’s first black president and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela: Continue Reading →

Yolande’s Yard: You Don’t Need Feet To Dance (video)

youdontneedfeet_3By Yolande Brener

The first five minutes of You Don’t Need Feet shows Sidike Conde going through his daily routine, getting out of bed, brushing his teeth, getting dressed, going out.  Continue Reading →

‘Rainbows” by Sue

“I just wrote this after someone tried to tell me that oil (and the spill and how we can stop drilling to avoid further combat) has nothing to do with war and this person said “No its all religion” (and tried to tell me about religion) and really at this point there are 300 reasons why we are at war and none of it is of any worth so here it goes: I just named it . . .”

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