Join The Artists Town Hall: The Affordable Care Act – December 7th, 2013

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Information Session

Harlem World Magazine and InJoy Enterprises, in partnership with the Emblem Health Care will host a Town Hall information session about how the new Affordable Care Act will affect artists (visual, performers, actors, dancers, musicians, designers, etc.,) as independent contractors and how artists can and will benefit on Saturday, December 7th at the Emblem Health Neighborhood Care Center, from 2 pm to 4 pm , 215 West 125th Street, Harlem, NY (www.ehnc.com/Locations/Harlem.aspx). Admission is Free. Continue reading

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‘The Life and Times of Danny Tisdale’ By Jeff Green

For almost a month starting January 2012, I was followed by student, photographer Jeff Green from the School of Journalism department at Columbia. Jeff’s goal with the project was to tell the story of someones life only using photographs to tell the story. Continue reading

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Harlem AIDS Blanket Awarded Harlem Arts Alliance (HAA) Grant

The Harlem AIDS Blanket sponsored by Harlem World Magazine won a grant from the Harlem Community Arts Fund which is part for the Harlem Arts Alliance (HAA). Continue reading

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Harlem AIDS Blanket Installation Photos From Teachers College, Columbia University


Here are some great installation views from the Harlem AIDS Blanket at Teachers College, Columbia University show with the reception that opens Friday, July8th 2011 at 5 pm. Continue reading

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AIDS, the silent killer of the black community

I assumed Dr. Ronald Ferguson, senior pastor at Antioch Church of God in Harlem, was misquoted in Thursday’s New York Daily News.

I thought, “No way did a member of the clergy say ‘God does not want to see homosexuals in our parks.’ “

I didn’t think it was possible for a man working in New York City, with the letters “D” and “R” in front of his name, to compare homosexuality to pedophilia and bestiality. (“If children start to believe it is OK to be gay, they will think it’s OK to be a pedophile or have sex with animals.”) Continue reading

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AIDS Program Cuts Stir Protest

Members of several organizations from all over the city met outside of City Hall on Monday morning to rally against the proposed cuts to meals and housing for New Yorkers living with HIV and AIDS. Armed with protest signs, they spoke out against Mayor Bloomberg’s plan to cut what they say amounts to almost $ 1 million from meal services, and an additional $5 million in funding for supportive housing. Continue reading

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‘Harlem AIDS Blanket’ Art Show At Macy Gallery, Teachers College

The Harlem AIDS Blanket: A Community Arts Collaboration  

The Harlem AIDS Blanket project is an out-of-school-time art education project aimed at raising awareness and strengthening public support of HIV/AIDS in Harlem and beyond. Continue reading

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