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  • n. Plural form of Harlemite.

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Examples

  • Besides us new Harlemites want to help build this community … my money will stay within Harlem!

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  • Join Keith Campbell, the star of the highly anticipated reality series, The Hair Architect Show, as he takes on some of his toughest clients … busy Harlemites.

    Ambush Makeovers in Harlem «

  • TV Join Keith Campbell, the star of the highly anticipated reality series, The Hair Architect Show, as he takes on some of his toughest clients … busy Harlemites.

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  • However, since the majority of New Yorkers or Harlemites live such fast-paced, complex lives, finding that special someone can be daunting.

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  • Thus you have a piece by Richard Wright describing, with what the Library of America's editors characterize as dubious fidelity, scenes of Harlemites spontaneously marching behind anti-Nazi placards after Joe Louis's destruction of Max Schmeling.

    The Bards of Bruising

  • LGBTQ Harlemites have resigned themselves to have dialogues on same-sex marriage -- if not in their black churches, then in various public gay-friendly arts venues throughout Harlem.

    Irene Monroe: Marriage Equality Film Comes to Harlem

  • When blacks began renting in the blocks from West 133rd Street to West 135th Street in the 1910s, a group of white Harlemites proposed building a 24-foot-high fence, saying they wanted to keep out "the dark plague."

    The Mecca of Black America

  • The unions and the politicians also play on Harlemites 'fears by alleging that charters divide the community and are a "tool for gentrification."

    Storming the School Barricades

  • Harlem during the 1920s and 1930s receives a thorough and insightful treatment in "Playing the Numbers," which recounts a flowering of black entrepreneurship in addition to capturing how integral the numbers game was to the lives of average Harlemites.

    Gambling Days In Harlem

  • " A Man with a Ukulele, 1975, " " A Barber at the Garden Barber Shop, 1976 " and " A Boy in Front of Loews 125th Street Movie Theater, 1976 " are among the other Harlemites you can meet.

    Hindsight and Tunnel Vision

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