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Check in at The New York Public Library and learn about exciting events, reserve books online, and download eBooks for free.
Great gift shop & exhibits
Culture + Art
Great educational place to meet degree in Central Harlem. Consider a gathering at the meeting room before your next Harlem excursion with friends coming from different places.
Super friendly staff for a library
Everything you need to know about Black history and culture, events and more. A great library for explore.
Had small expositions, ask the man in reception for all the details
The depth of history here and access to less publicized black history knowledge is amazing. There is often access to great events with well-respected thinkers and trendsetters.
You are invited to The Black Institute's All Races All Faces Immigration Forum with Congressmembers Hakeem Jeffries and Yvette Clarke at the Schomburg Center, Sat. June 7 at 3pm.
First Friday of every month there's a First Fridays party!
I love to read about my black people history's!
Awesome music and it's FREE
Don't miss the gallery tribute to the African Burial Ground, a site rediscovered in 1991, home to nearly 20,000 African men, women, and children who lived during the 17th & 18th centuries.
Did you hear about the Africans in India exhibit? Its here until July 18th!
Great place to learn about black history and culture!
The museum, galleries, theaters and gift store make this a cultural "must" when in Harlem. The lower level features research materials that are rare and worthy. Have pen & paper handy to take notes.
This museum has curated thousands of volumes of African-American literature! In honor of Black History, see some noteworthy examples of African-Americans' accomplishments: http://bet.us/BHM
Get schooled on Black history and culture. Check their listings for the many book talks, film screenings, and other events. Educators make sure you sign up for Black History 360 in the summer...
History is essential ! Self Awareness is my Pride !!!
NYPL - Welcome Nerds!
A great research reading room!
I'm checking out the Decision 2012 discussion with Khalil Muhammad, Sonia Sanchez & Cornel West
Say it LOUD! I'm Black, and I'm PROUD.
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The incredible Obama photography exhibit gives you a narrative you haven't seem before...
Great place to find out our past to determine our future.
Come here to read up on the impact of the Harlem Renaisance in the heart of Harlem.
Greatest repository of African heritage materials I know.
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Def the best resources in all of Manhattan on African Americans
This is a great place to sit, and have quiet time to think things through.
after seeing the siddi kawandi quilts..I'm going to make one! beautiful photography and the shop is HEAVEN!! will be back
Try the Strawberry And Cream Cake - I like to buy this for myself & pretend it's my birthday.
See the extraordinary work of 25 New Harlem Renaissance Photographers, now on view at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture: http://ow.ly/4bIrd
The center was named after Arthur Alfonso Schomburg. Born in Puerto Rico in 1874, he spent much of his life collecting and documenting the history of people of African descent.
You must go here for your info about Black history
You definitely have to go visit!!! Several exhibits on display, plus Langston Huges' cremains are interned here.
Go into the Langston Hughes lobby and study the cosmogram.
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