Black History Month
Latest NY Black History Month
Barbara Hillary is the first known African-American woman to reach the North Pole and the South Pole.
Actress Leslie Uggams, known for her role on the mini-series “Roots,” is on the board at Juilliard, the Professional Children’s school, and the Apollo. She’s also working to bring Lena Horne’s “Stormy Weather” to Broadway.
New York City is considered one of the most culturally diverse places in the United States – a country that was once called “The Melting Pot.” So as Black History Month begins, we thought you’d like to celebrate at some of the great Black History Month events going on around New York City in February.
Chef Maxcel Hardy started “One Chef can 86 Hunger,” an anti-hunger campaign. He’s also a personal chef to stars such as Jamie Foxx and Michael Jordan.
A 1010 WINS special series honoring African-Americans who have made an unforgettable impression on the history of our nation.
- Larry’s Blog: Adventurer Barbara Hillary 02/01/2014
- Black History Month One-On-One: Maxcel Hardy 1010 WINS–02/01/2014
- Larry’s Blog: Reverend Linda Tarry-Chard 1010 WINS–02/01/2014
- Black History Month One-On-One: Linda Tarry-Chard 1010 WINS–02/01/2014
- Black History Month: Harlem School Of The Arts 02/22/2013
- One On One For Black History Month: Chef Marcus Samuelsson 02/10/2013
- Larry’s Blog: Thank You, Dr. McNeil 01/30/2013
- One On One For Black History Month: Harry Belafonte 01/30/2013
- Larry’s Blog: The Story Behind Harlem’s Famed Foodie, Chef Marcus 01/30/2013