Harlem Times Staff

THT Battletrak

Dimension U partnered with The Harlem Times to create the tournament Battletrak. The Harlem Times spoke exclusively with Dimension U’s Chief Executive Officer Steven Hoy about the genesis of the company as well as how he partnered with The Harlem Times for Battletrak. We also spoke with two New York City educators about their experience …

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Tips for New Graduates

As graduates face this new chapter in their lives, they will be presented with different financial learning and obstacles including earning a salary for the first time, starting their own business or anything in-between that brings them face-to-face with finances. To make the adjustment to adulthood a little easier, please find five helpful post-grad finance …

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America is burning: Can Joe Biden unite the country?

With the COVID-19 pandemic still killing Americans, the murder of George Floyd on Monday, May 25, by Minneapolis police officers has inspired protests in dozens of American cities across the country, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Louisville, Los Angeles, New York, Oakland, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. Despite the simultaneous pandemics of coronavirus and racism, President Donald Trump …

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Breaking Rocks: Memorials and the AfroAtlantic People

Propelled by Legba the African divinity deemed the Guardian of the Road and Gatekeeper, both as a human rights activist and a Vodou priest, I spent over 10 years following the footsteps of the apparitions of our people along on the Atlantic perimeter.  Those in the Ancestral Realm on their paths of grief, triumph, struggle …

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OUTRAGE, Then Progress?

The tragic, indefensible death in Minneapolis of George Floyd – by uniformed police with a documented record of vicious, anti-black action – has evoked anguished cries for communal action. This national crisis must be acknowledged for what it is – a reflection of the bigotry and bias that contaminate our society. They are charges against …

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BlaQue Resource Network is helping Queens residents during the COVID-Pandemic

COVID-19 is a deadly virus that has swept through the nation. The hardest hit city in the country is New York, specifically areas such as South East Queens. We have seen firsthand the negative impact thatthe virus has had on these areas. However, let’s talk about the positive impact we have seen for the local …

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Harlem Inspires Addicts with Recovery Program

Paul Pellinger is the co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Recovery Unplugged, but it was his love of music and the viewing of a classic television show filmed in Har-lem that led Pellinger to combine his love of music with his expertise work-ing with addicts, to launch Recovery Unplugged. The Harlem Times spoke exclusively to …

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Hospital workers discuss fighting COVID-19 on the front lines

The battle against COVID-19 has been compared to war, and with casualties from the deadly virus increasing, we are relying on those fighting it on the front lines more than ever. The Harlem Times spoke exclusively with healthcare workers about what could be the battle of a lifetime. Dr. Ed Lathan, an emergency medicine physician …

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