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Nov 24, 2015
Over 20 Nonprofits Serving Brooklyn’s Low Income Neighborhoods will be at Groundbreaking Summit that Explores Community Partnerships, Volunteerism and Philanthropy in the “New” Brooklyn. Will be held at St. Francis College in Brooklyn.

Nov 14, 2015
Handcrafted Unique Black Dolls and Holiday Ornaments for Kwanzaa and Christmas created by acclaimed doll artists like Valerie A. Gladstone, Shaquora Bey, Shirley Nigro-Hill, Joyce Stroman and Goldie Wilson at Harlem's Dwyer Center. Free Admission.

Oct 06, 2015
Convention Keynote Speaker is Cornell William Brooks, National President & CEO of the NAACP. Theme for 2015 Convention is" NAACP: Pursuing Liberty in the Face of Injustice."

Aug 31, 2015
Best Play Award Presented to Comedy “Casper, The Not So Friendly Ghost” by College Senior Domenic Servidio. Awards Given to Best Director, Actor, Actress and Video Diary. Over 30 Short Plays and 10 Videos Competed in August for Top Honors.

Aug 24, 2015
NYC's Riant Theatre Strawberry One-Act Festival Holds Awards Ceremony & Performance at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space on August 24th. Over 30 Plays Competed in August. Winners to be announced: Best Play, Director, Actor, Actress and Video.

Aug 22, 2015
28th Season Strawberry One-Act Festival Awards Ceremony and Performance at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space. Winners Announced for Best Play, Director, Actress, Actor and Video Diary. Top Four Finalists for Best Play will Perform.

Aug 21, 2015
On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run—Celebrating the Journey & Percy Sutton Harlem Walk: Celebrating the Journey, Full STEAM Ahead Highlights Conclusion of HARLEM WEEK.

Aug 19, 2015
Themes are Friendly Ghosts, Nat Turner Rebellion, Priest Conflictions, Internet Dating, Macabre Marriage and Nazi Germany. Winners announced at a special ceremony on August 24 at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space.

Aug 18, 2015
Black Gay themed films poignant "Love for Passion" by Nathan Hale Williams and controversial “The Strange Thing about the Johnsons” by Ari Aster with play “Tricks” by Byrant Hernandez at Harlem’s Tato Laviera and Poet’s Den theatres.

Aug 16, 2015
HARLEM WEEK's August 15-16 weekend features Alicia Keys, Rev. Al Sharpton, Tom Joyner, Nona Hendryx, Ray Chew, Kenny Lattimore, Alvin Ailey Dance, Vy Higginsen Gospel for Teens, HBCU Fair, Classic Auto Show, Children's Festival, Harlem Music Festival

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