Posts Tagged ‘Whole Foods Harlem’

On Whole Foods, Gentrification and the Erasure of Black Harlem | The Root

On Whole Foods, Gentrification and the Erasure of Black Harlem | The Root

BY Angela Helm Bye-bye, black Harlem, glad I knew ye. Hello, Whole Foods, I do enjoy your products, but if you can gentrify greens, what chance do we really have? I first moved to Harlem in 1998. I was a young single mother in graduate school with a 2-year-old. Harlem offered me respite, refuge and […]


From Alligator Shoes to Whole Foods: Watching One Harlem Corner Over 28 Years | New York Magazine

From Alligator Shoes to Whole Foods: Watching One Harlem Corner Over 28 Years | New York Magazine

By Christopher Bonanos The first time Camilo José Vergara pointed his camera at the corner of 125th Street and Malcolm X Boulevard, it was 1989. Most of the upper floors of the building he photographed had been bricked up. But it was highly functional at street level. “Count how many small businesses are in this […]

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