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Carver_Bancorp_Logo.jpg?p=publish&width=750Carver Bancorp, Inc. (the "Company") (Nasdaq: CARV), the holding company for Carver Federal Savings Bank ("Carver" or the "Bank"), announced today that the Bank has entered into a sale and leaseback property arrangement that will allow the Bank to maintain its branch presence at its 75 W. 125thStreet location, while relocating its back-office operations to a more modern facility on Harlem's 125thStreet where it can more efficiently serve its growing customer base. 


The Bank closed yesterday on

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HHHOF_MUSEUM_LOGO_3_Logo.jpg?p=publish&width=750Project Managers Thompson International Professionals and Zubatkin & Associates to Engage the Switzer Group, Inc., and Constructomics MBE Design & Construction Firms for 'Phase I' Build-Out for February 2018 Opening

Hip Hop Television Channel is proud to announce that the Official Hip Hop Hall of Fame + Museum to the World has won its bid to acquire a major Harlem building and development site in this historical Arts and Cultural corridor of the World in New York CityCleveland is home to the R

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by Gloria Dulan-Wilson •

On Tuesday, December 4, 2012, a 6:00 PM, there will be an emergency community meeting to save Boys and Girls High School from being closed. It will be held in the Auditorium of the school, which is located on Fulton at Malcolm X Boulevard (Utica Ave.).

And, I personally don't care who you are, or if you ever attended Boys High before it became Boys and Girls, or if you attended a rival high school in the community, or what – if you're Black, or of African Heritage, you had

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Forty years of Jazz! Harlem style!

By Gloria Dulan-Wilson

Check out Diva Bobbi Humphrey – 
First Lady of the Flute
     In Concert at the Red Rooster
Saturday, August 11, 2012 at "GINNY'S SUPPER CLUB@RED ROOSTER HARLEM.
     AUGUST 11, 2012
Showtimes 8:00 & 10:30 p.m.
310 Malcolm X Boulevard (a/k/a Lenox Ave.) at 126th)
Music charge $25.00
Come and hear the music of the legendary composer of  HARLEM RIVER DRIVE and other great tunes,

Come celebrate Harlem's own "
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By Gloria Dulan-Wilson ~

 In a recent article on Yahoo's newspage, Bloomberg apparently is underwriting some sort of study to persuade developers come up with homes less than 425 square feet in size, actually going down to as small as 325 square feet. 

How stupid can you get!! If they do develop tiny apartments, make sure that Mayor Mike Bloomberg and those assinine planners have to live in them too. With all the wareho

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By Gloria Dulan-Wilson: Hello All: I recently had occasion to respond to an individual who is a "self-styled activist" who had invited me to participate in a protest demonstration against President Barack Obama, which would have taken place in Harlem in front of the Apollo while the President participated in a fund raising concert held in his honor.

The email which I received on January 17,2012 was so hostile that I immediately shot back an email to the author, Nellie Hester Bailey, informing he

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Based on a lack of the required quorum as determined by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Ethiopian World Federation, Incorporated, the Annual Convention of the organization which convened on July 16 and July 17, 2011 in Harlem, New York was recessed to November 19 and 20, 2011. The attorney-at-law who was present to provide oversight of the Convention and Election process, as required by the Court for certification, provided advice and the directives to call a recess.

The lack of a quorum w

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We Who Like It Hot Call It ‘Black August’ (Revised version)

By ‘bro. zayid’*

It is the month when our oppressors have nothing to celebrate.

It is the month where the nature of our oppression and the boldest expressions of our resistance to that oppression have been made most plain.

We who like it hot call it ‘Black August’

As a concept of resistance, Black August has its beginnings in the mid 70’s with the prison justice movement. It was inspired by the courageous legacy of Black Panther pr

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By Gloria Dulan-Wilson ~

Prince wound up his Welcome 2 America Tour at Madison Square Garden, not only with a bang, but with a whammy, as he used his time and fame to recognize locally community based non profit organizations for their valuable work in their respective neighborhoods.  The recipients of his beneficence were:  The Uptown Dance Academy, The American Ballet Theatre, and the Harlem Children’s Zone.

Ms. Robin Williams Executive Artistic Director of the Uptown Dance Academy, and Ms. Rach
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A community forum and strategy session with Raquel Rolnik, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Adequate Housing one year of her historic UN mission.

An opportunity to share the strength of our movement and collaboration.

October 25, 2010

Doors open at 6 PM/Event at 6:30 PM
James Chapel at Union Theological Seminary
121st Street 7 Broadway


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Public Hearing:
Protecting Harlem's Historic African Burial Ground

Friday, March 19

> official website

Friday, March 19th, 2010, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Location:

  • Elmendorf Reformed Church
    171 East 121st Street
    Between Lexington and 3rd Avenues
    New York, NY, 10035-3588
  • Friday, March 19, 2010 @ 2:00 pm
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Harlem Condo at Fifth Avenue and 120th Street: "Fifth on the Park" Opens in 2009 The 28-story "Fifth on the Park" condo tower opens in 2009 at Fifth Avenue and 120th Street. The multi-purpose condo tower is on the southern perimeter of Mt. Morris Park (also known as Marcus Garvey Park). This development has 160 market-rate condos (and they are asking a staggering, jaw-dropping $1,000 per square foot which is a patently absurd price for this stretch of East Harlem!), 46 affordable housing rental
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Jeffrey B. Perry newest book Hubert Harrison: The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918. "Hubert Harrison was an immensely skilled writer, orator, educator, critic, and political activist who, more than any other political leader of his era, combined class consciousness and anti-white-supremacist race consciousness into a coherent political radicalism. Harrison's ideas profoundly influenced "New Negro" militants, including A. Philip Randolph and Marcus Garvey, and his synthesis of class and r
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