How Far is Harlem from Manhattan??

Not far……..Harlem is in Manhattan.Harlem is in the Northern part of Manhattan.Many people think that Harlem is a borough,but it is in fact a district.There are 2 possible reasons for this.First it is the biggest district in NYC and second,due to it’s history, it is the most famous.It is by my calculation,the most well known […]

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The Unsung Heroes of Harlem

Sometimes I hear West Indians complaining that African Americans are too lazy.In other words they don’t get with the American Dream program.My first reaction to that comment is to wonder,Uncle Tom aside, why anyone group of people, that has been so badly treated by this superficial dream, would want to have anything to do with […]

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The 5 freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment? +1

Freedom of Religion The First Amendment prevents the American government from establishing an official religion.Citizens have the freedom to attend the church, synagogue, temple or mosque of their choice – or not attend at all. The First Amendment allows us to practice our religion the way we want to. Freedom of Speech The First Amendment […]

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NY 9/11 Truth

2 PM Sunday April 1st – Looking Forward After 5 1/2 Years of Treason At The Top withRalph SchoenmanCome hear Ralph Schoenman at St. Mark’s Church on Sunday, April 1st at 2 p.m. for this dramatic and ground-breaking presentation.Ralph will trace the continuity between the attacks of 9/11 and those in London and Madrid. His […]

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“Be severe to yourself and severe to others. Suppress the sentiments of relationship, friendship, love, and gratitude. Have only one pleasure, one joy, one reward — the triumph of the revolution. Night and day, have only one thought, the destruction of everything without pity. Be ready to die and ready to kill any one who […]

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The Wind that Shakes the Barley

As Sir Winston Churchill himself declared: “History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.”Much has been said about Germany and it’s roll in the extermination of millions of Jews in the 10 years from 1935-1945.It seems that every angle of this atrocity has been covered and yet still every year more […]

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What’s for free at Sugar Hill Harlem Inn and beyond.

Museum admission prices in New York are ridiculous. The bigger the institutions the higher the price.The MoMA now charges $20 for regular admission (and that’s despite recent shows that seemed more like corporate advertising ops than art, such as motorcycles and Armani). It’s a good thing that New York’s cultural resources run deep. There is […]

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Don’t do what Xerox or Epson want.Refill.It’s cheap.

It takes about a gallon of oil to make a new laser cartridge. • In North America alone, over 350 million cartridges per year are discarded in our landfills, and that number increases by 12 percent annually! • A laser cartridge thrown into landfill can take up to 450 years to decompose. Some components made […]

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“All the news that is unfit to print”

The New York Times slogan,”All the news that’s fit to print.” is a strange jingle for a newspaper,that prides itself on unobstructed journalism.If it is fit to print, then it seems like it is by some means, sanitized.What about the news that is not fit to print?What happens to that?Perhaps there could be a new […]

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Boycott St. Patrick’s Day Parade

A boycott is the act of abstaining from using, buying, or dealing with someone or some organization as an expression of protest or as a means of coercion.The word boycott entered the English language during the Irish “Land War” and is derived from the name of Captain Charles Boycott, the estate agent of an absentee […]

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