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Veteran Law Enforcement Officer Aims to Save Black Lives

By Derrel Jazz Johnson In recent memory, images and stories of unarmed black men getting executed by law enforcement has flooded newspaper headlines and television news shows. Far too many times, these incidents begin with simple traffic stops that quickly escalate, leaving a victim or victims. The Harlem Times spoke exclusively with Eddie Chapman, a highly …

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MORNINGSTAR PENTECOSTAL CHURCH:

Come join MORNINGSTAR PENTECOSTAL CHURCH as we invite you to celebrate Family, Friends and Faith with us on our FAMILY AND FRIENDS’ DAY on Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 4p.m. 49-55 Edgecombe Avenue New York, NY 10030 (at corner of 137th St. and St. Nicholas Ave.) I can be reached at 917-579-3827.

Tomorrow’s Engine: A Profile Story On Clayton Banks

By: Yasleen Trinidad Co founder of Silicon Harlem, Clayton Banks’ journey towards success falls on following his passion. “I believe everyone is born equal,” states Banks. With his father serving as a Marine, Banks grew up in a military base and was exposed to an in-closed world of economic and social equality where everyone on …

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CITY COLLEGE CENTER FOR THE ARTS INAUGURAL AWARDS BENEFIT

The City College Center for the Arts presented its Inaugural Awards Benefit in celebration of the contributions to the arts by individual legendary dancers and musical talent of our generation. Beginning with a cocktail reception and photography shoots, the main lobby was animated with excitement as award recipients and guests alike met and gathered within …

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Miami’s Little Havana: A Shot of Coffee. A Slice of Cuba.

It’s just west of sleek Downtown Miami and just a few minutes away from golden beaches and turquoise surf – yet it’s a world apart. Cobblestone streets, charming shopkeepers, colorful murals, and monuments to Cuba’s heroes past and present. Little Havana is one of Miami’s most iconic neighborhoods. As Close As You Can Get to …

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Hogshead Tavern Is Harlem’s Best Craft Beer Bar and More

As Harlem continues to be one of the hot places in New York City not only to dine and seek entertainment, but to live, the community changes, with new businesses opening to meet the needs of a changing demographic.  One of the more unique and successful businesses to open in the past year has been …

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Women’s History Month – Honoring a Legacy

March 8th, International Women’s Day has its roots in early 1900’s world and American History.  Women’s History Month is a result and has placed well-earned Honors upon the works and memories of very distinguished female leaders.  The legacy began with highlighting early women’s issues like Abolition of Slavery, Suffrage, Fair Labor Policies and eventually progress …

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