What Do You Remember About 1988?

Thinking back to 1988, it was the undeniable impact of hip-hop from breakdancing to the boombox, graffiti to turntables, and the lyrics of MCs that served as the soundtrack to the founding of Harlem United. Much like hip hop, where there was despair in the late 1980s, Harlem United offered hope, health, and healing.

Save the date for Harlem United’s 2018 Boulevard Bash…

Wednesday October 24, 2018

Low Library Rotunda
Columbia University

535 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10027

6:00 p.m. Cocktails
7:00 p.m. Dinner & Program

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Honoring

Soledad O’Brien
CEO of Starfish Media Group &
Host of Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien
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Douglas Brooks
Senior Director for Community Engagement
Gilead Sciences
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Hosted by

Bevy Smith
Host of Radio Andy’s “Bevelations” & Co-Host Of Page Six TV
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Special appearance by

Doug E. Fresh
The World’s Greatest Entertainer
The Original Human Beatbox

Harlem United is
30 Years Strong

See five stories of transformation


Event Co-Chairs

Scott Fein
Senior Vice President, BioReference Laboratories

Latraviette Smith-Wilson
Senior Vice President, Strategy & Communications, Sundial Brands

Donate in honor of Boulevard Bash

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Want to see even more Boulevard Bash? Take a look at all the fun we had the 2016 Boulevard Bash

Learn more about our 30th Anniversary Campaign