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Build/Renovate Your Own Castle IV

Port Of Harlem magazine hosts Build/Renovate Your Own Castle IV, Saturday, June 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the exquisite Honfleur Gallery, 1241 Good Hope Road, SE.

U.S. Consulate - Brazil
“'I Have a Dream: From King to Obama' Photo Exhibit Speaks to Brazilians" - the publisher of Port of Harlem Magazine came to Brazil for the exhibit opening

Visions - Iowa State Univeristy Alumin Association

A World Black Perspective - Port of Harlem was supposed to be a one-shot deal.Wayne Young (’81 business management) helped create the publication to distribute at a black memorabilia show in Washington, D.C., in 1995.

Foroyaa Newspaper - The Gambia
American Publisher Wayne A. Young Visits The Gambia


Mr. Wayne Young, the publisher, Port of Harlem journal in the USA, last week donated to the National Museum a stencil sketch of Major Martin R Delaney (1812-1885), a Gambian Mandinka of slave origin.

Port Of Harlem
Are you going on a safari? That's what others asked as I shared my travel plans for Banjul, The Gambia - - my first trip to Africa.
The Daily Observer - The Gambia
Wayne A Young, the publisher of the US-based magazine, Port of Harlem, Wednesday visited the Observer offices in Bakau.
Historic Photographers Share Stories- Great Day Washington - Channel 9
Sharon Farmer, the first African-American Director of White House Photography, joins George Tolbert, the first African American official U.S. Senate photographer, to provide tips and techniques that will help you improve your personal photography. They encourage you to bring your images on a thumb drive or CD to garner tips on how to improve those images. The Exposure Group African American Photographers Association, Inc. is co-sponsoring this event, A Port Of Harlem Fall at the Alexandria Black History Museum.
The Future of Social Security - WHUR - 96.3 Washington, D.C. and HUR Voices Sirius XM Channel 141
Forty-six percent of African Americans rely on Social Security for more than 90 percent of their retirement income and Social Security makes up an average of 52 percent of household income for those who are 65
and older. Three million children directly benefit from Social Security, and a growing number of children who live with their grandparents indirectly benefit. Restoring the student benefits program dropped in 1981 would make college more affordable.

Sarah Murphy Gray, the Senior Policy and Program Associate at the Center for Global Policy Solutions, partcipates in a discussion on the program’s importance and how expanding the program can help close the racial wealth gap. Gray presented a talk at A Port of Harlem Fall at the Alexandria Black
History Museum.
New Documentary on Black History Figure: Mary Church Terrell - Great Day Washington - Channel 9
The Alexandria Black History Museum and Port of Harlem Magazine presents the film screening of “Dignity and Defiance: A Portrait of Mary Church Terrell.” The event will include a discussion with the film’s director Robin Hamilton and Port Of Harlem contributor and historian C. R. Gibbs.
Democratic Platform Supports Reparations Effort
Under the heading "Building One America," the 2000 Democratic National Platform includes support for H.R. 40, The Commission to Study Reparations for African Americans. This marks the first time that a major American political party has endorsed the bill that the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations America (N'COBRA) has long supported.