This is a call for your pictures of Manhattanhenge seen from Harlem. The American Museum of Natural History has published dates that the sun will set directly at the end of our numbered streets given the slightly northeasterly-southwesterly access of Manhattan. Continue Reading →
Harlem’s game of political musical chairs comes to an end Tuesday. Voters elected Democrat Brian Benjamin to serve as the new State Senator for New York’s 30th District — which spans most of Central Harlem and parts of West Harlem, East Harlem, the Upper West Side and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →
On Saturday, May 20, 2017, was the Union Settlement Association 25th Annual Ethnic Festival 2017, was celebrated with special activities for the week leading up to the Festival. Continue Reading →
To kick off LGBT Pride Month, the Schomburg Center is proud to present the third annual First Fridays: LGBT Pride social gathering, in honor of our In the Life Archive.
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In historian Ibram X. Kendi’s critically acclaimed book Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America, he chronicles the entire story of anti-black racist ideas and their staggering power over the course of American history. Continue Reading →
Earlier today, the world learned Sir Roger Moore had died at the age of 89. Continue Reading →