The summer of 2015 has been a full one for HCA.
With the aid and assistance of WHCD, we have ramped up our Harlem Oral History Project, and captured a host of new interviews, which can be viewed on our youtube site.
The summer began with a media collaboration between HCA and the Dwyer center which has us providing media support for two panel discussions, one celebrating Miles, and one celebrating Malcom.
Our ongoing community outreach has led to ar elationshipwith The Schomburg Center in researching and highlighting the accomplishments of the American Negro Theater; which was founded some 70 years ago. A short film of our creation now appears on the NYPL/Schomburg page, and we will likely be involved in assiting them in staging fall programming.
Earlier this monthe we hosted the 5th Annual Harlem In The Hamptons fair in Sag Harbor at the Eastville Historical Society. This year's event featured a tribute to the Mid Manhattan Branch of the NAACP.
Lastly we would like to extend a warm welcome to Glenn Blacks, a noted labor leader, who has accepted a post as a Trustee for HCA