Listen to The Danny Tisdale Show podcast here as Danny gets behind the content with Harlem World Magazine contributors Ingrid Hadasah’s National Black Programming Consortium’s Pitch Black project and CC Minton’s Harlem Wellness Challenge Fitness Tips and Claude Jay at the Blackbird Opening in Harlem and more in April. Continue Reading →
Hubert Julian was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, in 1897, the son of a cocoa plantation manager. He migrated to Canada in 1914, where he claimed to have learned to pilot an aeroplane and served as a Lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday March 15, 2015 twenty eight key public health professionals and community leaders gathered at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx to attend a workshop on how to engage communities to improve health outcomes.
Here is a great black and white tear sheet from Jet Magazine in the 1950’s of Pin up twins who sit on the “Tree Of Hope” at 129th Street and 8th Avenue (aka St. Nichloas Avenue) in Harlem, New York.
On Thursday, March 26, 2015, Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce and Industry CACCI in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
Seitu Oronde joined many guests on Friday, March 27 at the Women’s History Month event at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York, NY.
As baseball gets underway, I would like to look at Phil Jackson first season in charge of his former team in a National past time perspective. Ok, the New York Knicks are in the process of their third rebuilding plan in five years. Continue Reading →
Two 50 year old organizations Jazzmobile and New Heritage Theatre Group are joining the Buddhist Global Relief and Interchurch Center to produce Concert to Feed The Hungry at the Interchurch Center on Thursday April 30, 2015 in celebration of International Jazz Day. Continue Reading →
On Monday, April 20th the National Dance Institute (NDI) honored NDI Trustee and Philanthropist, Valerie Diker and Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Amy Astley. Continue Reading →
The current Museum of Modern Art exhibition One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North expands uptown, beyond the Museum’s galleries, with the launch of a self-guided walking tour that explores the Harlem that nurtured Lawrence as a young artist in the 1930s. Continue Reading →