NYC Lobbying Firm Capalino+Company Creates App For Minority And Women Business Owners

Capalino+Company, New York City’s top government relations and strategic consulting firm, announced the launch of its MWBE Connect NY app that will help identify procurement opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

The Glamorous Harlem Winter Woman

The fabulous Harlem woman, she’s always ready to wear glamorous Dolce & Gabbana glasses on 125th street in Harlem or the shores of St. Tropez.

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Harlem’s Alicia Keys Recite Harlemite Maya Angelou, And Sings At Women’s March

Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington has been full of stunning moments, from acclaimed journalist Gloria Steinem’s powerful speech to Ashley Judd’s fearless praise of “nasty women.” Continue Reading →

The Lillian Project 2017 From The Harlem Business Alliance

Join the Harlem Business Alliance’s new incubator for, Harlem’s enterprising women! Applications for the 2nd Cohort 2017, open now, apply below. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announced Nearly 1,500 Women Reached Through City’s Mentoring program

Bill_de_BlasioMayor Bill de Blasio and Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Gregg Bishop today announced that nearly 1,500 women have been reached through the City’s WE NYC program, a new program connecting women entrepreneurs with the resources and support they need to build a thriving business. Continue Reading →

2016 Women Of Light, Peace & Power In East Harlem

celebrate-women-in-harlemDeAlmas Women’s Institute invites all women to join them in sisterhood for an evening of prayer and art of resistance (poetry/song/readings) aimed at activating and broadcasting the incredible power of women’s wisdom and sacred energy on a planetary level during this critical time. Continue Reading →

Honoring the Legacy of Black Women Radicals In Harlem

radical-owmen-in-harlemBlack women who were at the forefront of the Black Revolt in the 1960s have been omitted from history books. Now the time is ripe to recover their stories. Continue Reading →

UNIA Women’s Brigade On Parade In Harlem, NY 1924

unia-womens-brigadeAnd don’t think it was just the men who were members of Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). There was the UNIA Women’s Brigade founded by Marcus Garvey who sported their own militaristic style uniforms in Harlem, New York, 1924. Continue Reading →

Join HCCI For Lunch And A Discussion On Black Women and Healthcare In Harlem

hcci-harlem-health-for-womenHosted by HCCI, this effort is led by The Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education and Advocacy (CPSEA), for African-American women who are under-insured or uninsured and between the ages of 18 and 40. Continue Reading →

3 Things Harlem Women Should Know If They Outlive Their Spouse

senior-woman-ladyThe importance of women taking an active role in a couple’s financial planning represents more than just jockeying over who gets to control the checking account. Continue Reading →