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port of harlem magazine
September 12 – September 25, 2019
mike ghouse

I Finally Moved into a Black Neighborhood

Over the decades, I have lived amongst many different types of people, in different parts of the world, with at least fifty different nationalities. However, until 2017, I had never lived in a majority African–American community.
diabetes and black churches

New Study Prompts Questions About Diabetes & Obesity Within Black Churches

Black Americans who are Baptist are more likely to have diabetes than those who are Catholic or Presbyterian and Black men who go to church five or more times a week are three times more likely to be obese than those who seldom or rarely attend.


Sax suggested that our dead relatives who were neither Christian nor Islamic, were a people with no religion. At that point, I wasn't sure whether to bury my tourist hat or exhume my reporter's cap. I saw a story brewing, so the tourist in me faded away as the publisher of this magazine, restlessly, emotionally emerged.
Mosaic Theater
amazon smile

Are You an Amazon User? Then, Try AmazonSmile and do Some Good, Too

Port of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership (EIN: 83–0481127) will not be receiving a donation this quarter from the AmazonSmile Foundation because our donation balance was less than the $5 minimum disbursement amount.
tony browder

Tony Browder's 2019 ASA Restoration Project Annual Fundraiser

The ASA Restoration project is excavating and restoring the 25th dynasty tomb of Karakhamun in Luxor, Egypt.
musa njie

Chinese Providing Higher Education For 30 More Gambians

The opportunity has changed Njie's life forever and he "thanks God for giving me the chance to seek knowledge." In addition to Wollof and Chinese, Njie also speaks English and some Mandinka.
woolly mammoth theatre
stacey abrams


An Evening with Stacey Abrams in DC is sure to be a hit and the Health and Wellness Day at Gregory Library will have several special presentations including one on essential oils. In East Chicago, IN last year's Monarch Festival was one of the best we covered in 2018; in Kaolack, Senegal there's Civic Tech 2019 and BZB has a opening weekend with a new venture in Miami.
ida jones

Readers' Trends

We are so happy that you are enthusiastic about "A Port Of Harlem Fall at the Alexandria Black History Museum." It was our most popular article in the last issue and we have already sold several tickets. And, it's good to see that our Travel section is a hit with you. Don't miss the articles.
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