Tyrone Z. McCants, a visual artist and photographer known for his brilliant work in portraiture and photojournalism were he has worked independently as a fathering specialist and fatherhood advocate through a community based group he founded called, Proud Poppas United. Continue Reading →
By Seitu Oronde
On October 12, 2015, Fifth Avenue will be transformed during the Columbus Day Parade, the world’s largest celebration of Italian-American culture. Continue Reading →
While the jazz-fueled heyday of the Harlem Renaissance era has long since played its last note, there are a few places in the historic ‘Black Mecca’ that continue to honor its legacy amid rapid gentrification.
Morningside Park design to Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux at 110th Street, looking north up Manhattan Avenue in Morningside heights in West Harlem, New York, 1905.
What do the suburbs teach us about the black experience, family ideals, community, and racial identity? How is the myth of the American Dream complicated by the African American suburban experience? Continue Reading →