Harlem United Community AIDS Center has been awarded three new grant awards, which will total approximately $4 million over five years, for preventive and health care services in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Published in 1994, E. Lynn Harris’s Invisible Life was listed by the Los Angeles Times as one of the top 20 “classic works of gay literature.” The book’s success launched a prolific writing career for Harris, which garnered numerous awards and pushed 10 of his novels onto the New York Times Bestseller’s List. Harris died in July 2009; he’s considered one of the most successful African American or gay authors of his time.
When the cast of Invisible Life takes its final bow tonight, the largest bow will be one of gratitude from the show’s co-writer and director, Proteus Spann, who has had to overcome Herculean odds to bring the work to the stage. Continue Reading →
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine partners with the Hetrick-Martin Institute to host a panel of young leaders and activists in a conversation on LGBTQ youth homelessness and housing insecurity. Continue Reading →
Harlem United, an AIDS service and community health organization founded at the height of the AIDS epidemic in New York City, welcomes Governor Andrew Cuomo’s endorsement of a Blueprint to End AIDS. Continue Reading →