This season, dance prodigy Misty Copeland broke not one, but two major cultural barriers: she became American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American female principal dancer less than a week after being the first black ballerina to star in ABT’s Swan Lake at the Metropolitan Opera House.
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Today, we have added Harlem retail content to our Shop Harlem tab (http://harlemworldmag.com/?page_id=46309) on our website offering Harlem Books, Music, Photographs, Movies, Clothing, Posters & Prints, Classical Music, DVD, Collectibles and Art curated from Amazon’s database and loaded for your viewing pleasure (see image). Continue Reading →
You already know that libraries are nowhere close to becoming obsolete — despite the fear-mongering you might see in some news outlets. Continue Reading →
A great photograph of a man walking on Lenox Avenue (we’re not sure of cross street) in Harlem, NY 1918. Continue Reading →
Reverend Al Sharpton, President and Founder of Harlem based National Action Network (NAN), and NAN leadership this week will bring together members of Congress and the Administration, policy experts, and civil rights leaders and partners for this year’s NAN Legislative and Policy Conference. Continue Reading →
This years theme of the 46th Annual African-American Heritage Day Parade is ‘We Salute the African-American Business Community’. The event is on Sunday September 20, 2015 at 1 PM in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →
“Answer your mail.” Mentors taught this as the first rule of politics when I worked in the U.S. Senate for Missouri’s Stuart Symington in the Seventies. Continue Reading →