Gospel music has the power to emotionally move you regardless of whether you are spiritually inclined or not. The neighborhood of Harlem is renowned for its authentic Gospel music, rooting all the way back to the 17th century. The history of Gospel music in Harlem shines through the culture of this rich neighborhood. Read on to see how it all happened.Read more
In a city as big as NYC, it could take up to several weeks to uncover all the famous and captivating locations. That’s why taking a guided bus tour can prove to be a good option to structure or make the most of your first visit to New York City. It will allow you to discover large parts of the city in a limited time frame, giving you a nice overview as well as an exciting, comprehensive, and meaningful experience.Read more
This February, as a part of our ongoing celebration of Black History Month, we wanted to share the story of Josephine Baker, one of the greatest African American entertainers of all time, and a committed political activist.
“Let us stop saying ‘white Americans’ or ‘colored Americans,’ let us try once and for all saying… Americans. Let human beings be equal on Earth as in Heaven.”
– Josephine Baker