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The official ceremonial street naming s will take place at pm. Cliff Frazier, founder of DCC along with long-time friends Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis developed groundbreaking programs to benefit people of color working in a myriad of disciplines within the arts. Ossie and Ruby have deep roots in Harlem.
As a young man, Ossie spent a great deal of time at The Schomburg studying as book purchases were often a hardship. The Dee-Davis archives can be found at The Schomburg.
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But what of the future?
The congregation, for its part, will never see any of the money. Uniquely, with its merged sister congregation, St Lukes, the church owns its parish buildings. Such an option would make maintaining our historic church no longer automatically most easily achieved through destruction. All Saints , between th and th Streets on Madison Avenue, is the most architecturally significant church in Harlem.
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Deconsecrated and closed in preparation for sale, it is about to meet its fate. Would they even fail to comment? Some might say that as a cultural landmark, All Saints hardly rises to the level of such places.
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That would be understandable. In America, virtually nothing black can hope to be as esteemed or revered as a comparable white institution or landmark. Class counts too. All Saints is made from brick and terracotta, not Sing Sing marble. It was built in a far shorter time. Nonetheless, the architectural critic Montgomery Schuyler deemed it aesthetically superior. Black, white, rich, poor, full, nearly empty: by almost every metric the two Renwick churches, uptown and downtown, represent a uniquely American dichotomy of disparity.
But church and cathedral are equal. This ought not be overlooked as a consequence of arbitrary and racist devaluation. Again, for luxury condos.
We are talking about magnificent Georgian revival-style buildings, English bond brickwork and limestone with steel structures, from the early s. Yeah, right! Even the Studio Museum In Harlem is in danger. There, the National Urban League is erecting its new headquarters. Ironically, 50 years ago the league secured discounted commercial spots for locals when a new state office building went up.