If you are Black, you can’t afford not to vote on November 2nd!

If you are Black, you can’t afford not to vote and if you are Black and poor, you definitely can’t afford not to vote! But why are we talking about voting? Because there is an election on November 2nd, 2021, … Read More

Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin Endorses Cordell Cleare for State Senate at Harlem Rally

Photos credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin officially endorsed Democratic State Senate nominee Cordell Cleare during a rally held at the Statue of Harriet Tubman in Harlem on October 14, 2021. Hazel Dukes, the President of the NAACP … Read More

Democratic nominee for 30th Senate District Cordell Cleare hosts Harlem Unite event

Photos credit: Bill Moore A week after being nominated by the 30th Senate District Committee to replace former NY State Senator and now Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin, Cordell Cleare gathered community and elected leaders at her headquarters for a Harlem … Read More

Harlem Community leader Cordell Cleare says her last goodbye to beloved son Jordan Emmanuel Nieves

Photos credit: Bill Moore Harlem Community leader Cordell Cleare said her last goodbye to her beloved son Jordan Emmanuel Nieves on August 24, 2021 during his funeral held at the Covenant Christian Church in the Bronx. Jordan Emmanuel Nieves who … Read More

Primaries in Harlem show a low turnout

Photos credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell We like to march and protest, but when it comes to voting, not many of us show up to the poll site. On June 23, 2021, Primary Day, among the 135,172 registered voters in District … Read More

If you are an eligible Black or Brown voter who chooses not to vote, like systemic racism and white supremacy, you are part of the problem!

If there were any doubts about how America felt about its Black and Brown citizens, the events that unfolded since March 2020, the beginning of the Coronavirus epidemic, has painted a clear picture of how America is still so racist … Read More

Canaan Baptist Church hosts press conference in Harlem to address police violence against Black citizens

Photos credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell Rev. Thomas D. Johnson, senior pastor of Canaan Baptist Church in Harlem, invited his Christian counterparts and local elected officials to address Police violence against Black citizens, on April 14, 2021. During the press conference, … Read More

Robert De Niro attends Mandela Day Reception in New York

L-R: Robert De Niro sitting next to  Andrew Mlangeni By Isseu Diouf Campbell and Utibe MBagwu Translated in French by Aisha Dabo July 18, 2013 chronicled the 95th birthday of political activist and former South African president, Nelson Mandela. On … Read More

Photo of the Moment: President Macky Sall

Senegalese President Macky Sall with Senator Bill Perkins, his chief of staff Cordell Cleare and H.E. Cheikh Niang during the UN General Assembly 2012 By Isseu Diouf Campbell

Senator Perkins hosts 5th annual Eid Celebration

L-R: Senator Perkins with Muslim leaders By Isseu Diouf Campbell New York State Senator Bill Perkins partnered with Harlem’s Muslim leaders to host 5th annual Eid Celebration on August 20, 2012 at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Plaza. … Read More