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The School That Hate Built
A HuffPost investigation has revealed claims of abuse at a school run by a notorious anti-gay pastor in New York.
How ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ Resonates Beyond The Screen
“If Beale Street Could Talk” breathes life into Hollywood’s depictions of black love. HuffPost’s Taryn Finley and Zeba Blay break down why.
Alfre Woodard On Going Rogue In Her 'Luke Cage' Love Scenes
The "Luke Cage" star talks power, sexuality, and the rifts among black people in the series' second season.
Stephanie McGraw Of Nonprofit W.A.R.M. Shows Us We All Really Matter
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In the midst of one of the nastiest nor’easters NYC has had so far this year, Stephanie McGraw, founder of W.A.R.M., accompanies
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Firefighter Killed In Blaze On Set Of Edward Norton-Bruce Willis Film
Firefighter Michael R. Davidson, a father of four, was found unconscious after becoming separated from other firefighters.
For The Modeling Industry, The Future Is Transgender
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The industry has changed.
New York Man Raises Money For Hundreds Of Harlem Kids To See 'Black Panther'
"To me nothing is more important than inclusion and representation for children," he told HuffPost.
GQ Covers Colin Kaepernick
Kaep is reclaiming his protest as GQ’s “Citizen of the Year.”
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Princess Nokia Reveals She Threw Soup On Racist Subway Rider In Viral Video
"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter," the Harlem rapper tweeted.
Gentrifiers Want To Rename Harlem Area 'SoHa' And Residents Are Pissed
White people think calling lower Harlem "SoHa" is a good idea. 😒
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Real to Reel: From Slow Motion Riot To Law & Order: SVU
Read Our Minds… Macmillan Publishing’s authors share their per...
By Peter Blauner In the equatorial heat of a July morning in Harlem, a middle-aged lady in thigh-high plastic boots was standing
Thierry Goldberg Gallery
ARTS & CULTURE
Fourth-Generation Harlem Artist Challenges What It Means To Be An American
In his exhibition "Homegrown," David Shrobe chops up and rearranges the traditions of portraiture.
21 Striking Photos Of Black Millennials Who Declare 'We, Too, Are America'
HuffPost Black Voices co-hosted a Black History Month event and acknowledged the beauty among these influencers.
Black Filmmakers Shine: Interview with Harlem Filmmaker Nadhege Ptah
Stacy Parker Le Melle
Photo Credit: Adenrele Ojo Photography What advice would you offer emerging artists? When you are an emerging artist
ARTS & CULTURE
A History Of Black Cowboys And The Myth That The West Was White
An exhibition on view at The Studio Museum in Harlem hopes to retire the persistent myth equating cowboys with whiteness.
You Have to Meet Wilson and Maria: Homeless and Hopeful
Lester and Charlie
Political satirists and sociial commentators.
"You looked like crap the other day -- feeling any better?" Not many in the neighborhood noticed the rope over those years
Suzan Johnson Cook
Former principal advisor to the President of the United States...
One of my friends and Delta sorors from Houston, was in Harlem, running this race. We screamed with joy as we saw one another
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This Pastor Is Providing Harlem Residents With Free Mental Health Care
The center hopes to fight the stigma surrounding mental health.
The 2016 BID Banner Project Unveils Artists Images on Harlem's Historic 125th Street
The Book Sculptor
As data reveals that Harlem's famed 125th Street is emerging as a core destination in New York City. Harlem's unique history
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