In neighborhoods such as Harlem, 33 percent of students attend charter schools, a majority of them black or Latino.
But Dinkins had hired this guy Lynch, who had run local campaigns in Harlem going back to the 1970s.
Harlem Talks About the Harlem Shake ‘Harlem Shake’ fever was rampant last week.
Manhattan district, used figuratively for "African-American culture" from 1934. The N.Y. community was founded 1658 and originally named Nieuw Haarlem for Haarlem in Netherlands, which probably is from Dutch haar "height" + lem "silt," in reference to its position on a slight elevation on the banks of the Spaarne River.
Neighborhood of Manhattan.
Note: Mostly populated by African-Americans, Harlem has long been a center of black culture.
Note: During the 1920s, Harlem was the site of a great upsurge in black literature, music, and theater known as the Harlem Renaissance.
Note: The area now contains a large Puerto Rican population and, after a period of economic decay, has experienced a revitalization.