Photographer Killed in Hit-and-Run In Harlem

photographer killedThe Brooklyn photographer who was killed in a hit-and-run on New Year’s Eve was on her way to a concert at St. John the Divine when she was mowed down by an SUV, her friend said. Continue Reading →

We All Should Act To Bring Climate Justice Home To Harlem

we act iOn Saturday, September 13th, Take Back the Power: A Community Teach-In on Climate Justice will provide press covering our community with an opportunity to meet local residents who are engaged in mobilizing Northern Manhattan residents for the People’s Climate March. Continue Reading →

2014 HBA Back to School Health Fair & Field Day In Harlem

hab event in harlemCHN’s Helen B. Atkinson Health Center makes history on Tuesday, August 12 from 10-5pm as we are closing down 115th Street in Harlem for the 2014 HBA Back to School Health Fair & Field Day Event. Continue Reading →

Work Begins On The Cathedral North Site Development

Cathedral CB Presentation 103013.pdfThe fence is up! Morningside Heights residents may have noticed a little bit of activity at the North Site Development of The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine.  Continue Reading →

Are You An Entrepreneur With A Plan? Win $200,000 To Make It Happen!

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Totel Equity Now’s Inspiring Events In Harlem

total equity logoTotal Equity Now invites you to participate in three inspiring, empowering, educational events–right here in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Women’s Hospital, Harlem, 1910

New York City NY-WOMENS HOSPTIAL-AMSTERDAM AVENUE & 110th STREET-Postcard HarlemWomen’s Hospital in Manhattanville, West 109th Street near Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, New York, 1910 postcard. Continue Reading →

West Harlem #RockThoseReads Community Service Project

total equity logo On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., on the southeast corner of 125th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, Total Equity Now (TEN) will once again engage an intergenerational team of volunteers in promoting reading as a key component of who we are and what we do here in Harlem. Continue Reading →