Black History Month
The Harlem School of the Arts is training hundreds of young performing arts students.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal paid homage to Black History Month with a trip to Harlem.
Ethiopian-born, Swedish-raised, and Harlem-rooted — it’s apparently the perfect recipe.
McNeil is one of the Greensboro Four, four black college students, who say all they wanted to do, on their way home from Christmas break, was to get a snack. And the further they went south (from New York City), the more segregated it got.
They say your first passion is the one you choose. But your second, and most defining passion, is the one that chooses you.
We’re sitting here in this restaurant, and I don’t think (aside from our production equipment and microphones drawing attention), that anybody really knew who he was.
It was February of 1960, and all Joseph McNeil and his three friends wanted was dessert.
Okay…somebody better pinch me, because I think I’m about to fall out of my seat. Harry Belafonte just walked into the room. Excuse me, “Geechy-Dan” just walked into the room.
For a special Black History Month feature, 1010 WINS’ Larry Mullins took a trip to the Harlem School of the Arts. Read on to hear about his incredible experience.
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James founded the Fashion House Academy a couple of years ago, and to this day, if you mention the name to any kid with an interest in fashion design, merchandising, modeling etc., they’ll break down the door to get to him.
Photos and narratives on the homes of Booker T. Washington and John Coltrane are among the highlights of the Black History Month exhibit that opened Wednesday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Huntington.
Across the city, events are taking place in honor of Black History Month. Here are some of the best bets.
Since 1942, the United States has observed February as Black History Month. Here at CBSNewYork, we’re celebrating it by recognizing accomplished black New Yorkers. Below, Larry Mullins reflects on his experience with Sandra Timmons.