Harlem Cultural Archives is a 501(c)(3) not-for- profit Historical Society,
holding a charter from the New York State Bd. of Regents. The organization was founded in 2008 by three Harlem denizens, Glenn Hunter - Educator, Keith Hunter, MD and film producer, and Ken Sargeant - Media Arts specialist, for the purpose of gathering important oral history from the Harlem Community. We currently enjoy the support and counsel of a diverse board of directors with interests and scholarly acumen that emcompasses the full range of the Harlem pantheon. To date, we have conducted videotaped interviews with nearly 200 accomplished Harlem residents.
Glenn Hunter - HCA Co-Founder and
Co- Executive Director. Glenn is a career educator with specializations in math and information technology. In addition to his work as an Adjunct Lecturer at Baruch College, Glenn is a tireless community organizer and advocate.
Ken Sargeant - HCA Co-Founder and
Co-Executive Director. Ken is a veteran commercial and editorial photographer, filmmaker and cultural entrpreneuer, with a specialization in the neighborhood and organizational documentaries.
Keith Hunter, MD - HCA Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director.
Keith is a community health advocate, film producer and owner of Division 12 media. His recent credits include "Obama in Ghana" and "Urban Dragons".