Africans, at Home and Abroad, Remember Colin Powell
Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo described Colin Powell in the (Nigerian) Daily Post as a “trusted colleague and comrade-in-arm, whose closeness as an African-American with the mother Africa assisted in the growth of the continent.”
Artist Commissions Creation of Shoes
Ken Gwira traces getting into the sneaker business to 2016 while watching Jamaican Usain Bolt’s success at the Olympics. Bolt inspired him to create a painting with sneakers on a race track.
Port Of Harlem Breaks New Records
Our last issue, Oct 07 – Oct 20, 2021, had an “open rate” of 42 percent, with more than 4 of every 10 subscribers seeing and opening Port Of Harlem magazine in their email.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day - Sat, Oct 23 - 10a-2p
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday, October 23, 2021 from 10a-2p and hosted nationwide to provide the American public with a free and convenient opportunity for the disposal of unwanted, unused, and expired medicines from households.
New Sickle Cell Disease Clinical Trial Finder
The clinical trial finder provides a one-stop shop for patients and their families to discover, learn about, and connect with trials that are critical to discovering therapies and treatments for sickle cell disease.
Historian CR Gibbs has in-person lectures happening in NE Washington, DC; the play “Kaminski's Lot” takes place in Gary, Indiana; and Africa Access and Smithsonian National Museum of African Art presents illustrator April Harrison online.
Our Readers’ choices help determine what we include in the magazine and what we post on social media. An article by historian CR Gibbs is back again as a top choice and the image of Louis Farrakhan with the late Colin Powell quickly became number one on Instagram. We still need you to invite friends to like and follow us on social media.