Special Dedication Of Dr. Maya Angelou’s “Forever” Postage

maya angelouOn Thursday, August 20, 2015, 11 A.M. at the African Burial Ground National Monument, and ESPER, in collaboration with the National Park Service and the United States Postal Service, is hosting a Special Dedication of the Maya Angelou Forever Stamp and you’re invited.   Continue Reading →

Gavin Brown Moving New Gallery To Harlem

Gavin-Brown-2-Courtesy-Gavin-Browns-Enterprise-350x263NYTimes reports that Harlem may be far from the madding crowd of galleries in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. But this summer Gavin Brown is closing his Gavin Brown’s Enterprise shop on Greenwich Street in the West Village and moving his gallery to a former brewery at 461 West 126th Street. Continue Reading →

Larry Walker, Rangel’s Youth Shadow For A Day

rangel youth day in harlemCongressman Charles B. Rangel, who represents the 13th Congressional District of New York that includes Upper Manhattan and part of the Bronx, took part in Congressional Foster Youth Shadow Day, by hosting Riverhead, NY resident Larry Walker. Continue Reading →

Verizon Gives Harlem a ‘Big Payoff’ At Madiba Harlem

473544864_6b8deeeed02590c64d18b03903a6f742.nbcnews-ux-800-600“The Big Payoff NYC” event held at Madiba Harlem was Verizon’s grand finale of sorts, to show appreciation to customers who have attended their recent City Sessions panels, all a part of Verizon’s nationwide 2015 Potential of Us campaign. Continue Reading →

Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce Leads Delegation to Martinique

martiniqueThe Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce will lead a delegation of businesspeople, journalists and cultural professionals to the island of Martinique May 20 – 24th. Continue Reading →

Black Churches Have Collected $420 Billion?

Megachurches in America

LiveSteez research shows that Black churches, in aggregate, have collected more than $420 billion in tithes and donations since 1980. Continue Reading →