At 2:00 pm on Friday, November 13, join MAC Cosmetics on Instagram Live for a discussion with Black Lives Matter activist Livia Rose Johnson. Livia will be discussing MAC's holiday “Frosted Firework” campaign, BLM, and Harlem United's work.
During the event, viewers will be invited to donate to Harlem United to support healthcare, housing, prevention, and supportive services for underserved communities in New York City.
For 10 years, Harlem United has been a proud MAC Cosmetics partner through MAC VIVA GLAM, the brand’s charitable arm.
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It’s PrEP Aware Week and Harlem United wants to let everyone know more about preventing HIV by using PrEP. PrEP is a daily pill that reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by more than 99%. It is a cornerstone of Harlem United’s HIV prevention work.As part of the statewide End the AIDS Epidemic initiative, Harlem United is committed to providing PrEP to anyone who wants it. You can take charge and take more precautions against contracting HIV.
We serve communities that are more vulnerable to HIV transmission: Black and Brown commun...
In recognition of National Voter Registration Day on September 22nd, Harlem United hosted a voter registration drive on the corner of 125th St and Malcolm X Blvd.
Our efforts were featured on Pix 11 News at 5.
As part of Harlem United's advocacy goals for our community, we continue to focus on increasing access to care for underserved communities. We’re excited to announce that throughout September 2020, we will be helping our clients register to vote so they can demand more access and influence how our government spends tax dollars.
Our staff will work with their clients to help them register to vote, request absentee ballots, find their polling place, and answer questions. We hope to register 20 clients for the first time in this non-partisan effort to ...
Would you be more or less likely to answer contact tracing questions if you knew your responses were 100% confidential? Imagine getting a call from a contact tracer letting you know that the cousin you had dinner with last week has tested positive for COVID-19. You know that contact tracing is essential to stopping the spread of COVID-19. People have a right to privacy.For those who have been targeted by the police or ICE, privacy becomes even more important. People need to know that their responses to contact tracers are private. That’s why, earlier this month, Harlem ...
Last month, the Trump administration proposed rules that would effectively end asylum in this country as we know it. The new rules would reject claims based on gender or orientation, in addition to denying anti-Black or anti-Indigenous persecution, and also allow judges to deny asylum applications without a court hearing, violating due process. We, Harlem United, stand strongly opposed to this racist and xenophobic attack on those fleeing persecution, torture, and death threats simply because of who they are. Everyone deserves basic freedom and respect.On July 13th, Harlem ...
Date: June 19, 2020
Contact: Mari Eva Mendes | c: 646-505-7322
Every year on June 19th, we celebrate freedom from slavery in honor of Texan African Americans who were liberated two and a half years after the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation. Slavery was still in practice in some U.S. regions until 1868.
Harlem United’s CEO, Jacqui Kilmer said, “Today we celebrate African American liberation, along with our many staff members who have fond memories of participating in this day of community and joy throughout their lives.
Date: June 17, 2020
Contact: Mari Eva Mendes | c: 646-505-7322
Earlier this week, a noose was found in Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem. This triggering reminder of the countless lynchings of Black people all over this country, placed in one of the most prominent Black communities, is appalling.
Harlem United’s CEO, Jacqui Kilmer said, “This noose was found in our own neighborhood, our very own back yard. Unacceptable.”
“Make no mistake - we will not yield in our fight for racial justice and equality. Harlem United will not back down ...
Harlem United stands in solidarity with our community as we protest for an end to systemic violence against Black and Brown people. Here are resources to help you take part in the way that best suits you:
Donate to Harlem United and other nonprofits who work for people of color
Find information about daily protests in NYC: JusticeForGeorgeNYC on Instagram, Movement for Black Lives website, Angelysskay on Instagram
Protect yourself from Covid-19 at a protest
Practice solidarity with protestors if you cannot join in the streets
Know what to bring to a protest
Dear Harlem United Family,
This has been a difficult time, there’s no way around it. In May, we lost a dear colleague and friend, Wilhelmina Blanch. The loss of a beloved member of the Harlem United family would have been hard to bear under any circumstances, but the suddenness of her passing has been heartbreaking. Our thoughts are with her loved ones in this sad moment of grief. We will miss her dearly.
2020 has been a year of strong emotions: first anxiety, then sadness, and now, anger too. We begin June 2020, LGBTQ Pride month, against the backdrop of 12 weeks’ ...