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Former Tuskegee Airmen nurse Second Lt. Irma "Pete" Cameron Dryden recently celebrated her 100th birthday.
World-renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson has teamed up with World Central Kitchen to fight food insecurity and provide support for small…
The Exonerated Five's Korey Wise delivered food to senior citizens in Harlem amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reverend Al Sharpton’s National Action Network has teamed up with World Central Kitchen to provide thousands of meals for those…
Hats by Bunn—a bespoke hat shop that has been in Harlem for over two decades—is thriving in the face of…
Harlem native Shabaya Clark is using his nonprofit Drama Free! to empower at-risk youth through the arts.
He also has a shocking history of other criminal claims.
Harlem’s Schomburg Center has opened Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis’ archives to the public.
The East Harlem-based Black-owned bakery Baked Cravings aims to cultivate community through sweets.
Harlem-bred designer and stylist Ashlee Muhammad is using fashion as an avenue to benefit public elementary schools.
This holiday season Korey Wise—a member of the Exonerated Five— hosted a toy drive for underprivileged children in Harlem.
Two Harlem sisters have been banned from their dance school and prohibited from performing in the 'Black Nutcracker' because their…
As the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem gears up to celebrate its 40th anniversary, it’s focused on pushing its…
Trevor Noah will produce a film about an 8-year-old chess prodigy who overcame homelessness.
Ryan Coogler and his wife Zinzi Evans will produce a film based on the comic book series Bitter Root.
The Exonerated Five’s Korey Wise donated backpacks and school supplies to underprivileged children in Harlem.
A new Syracuse University scholarship named after the Exonerated Five’s Kevin Richardson will support the education of Black and Latinx…
Pharrell Williams has vowed to provide 114 Harlem high school graduates with internships.
After spending two years living in a shelter, 8-year-old New York State chess champion Tanitoluwa Adewumi and his family now…
Disrupt Harlem Code Squad illustrates the power of culturally competent tech programs for underserved young adults.