East Harlem Preservation, Inc. (EHP) is a volunteer advocacy organization founded in 2005 to preserve and promote the neighborhood's cultural, architectural, environmental history and diversity.
We provide news and updates on large-scale development, displacement and other issues of public concern to residents and business owners in East Harlem/El Barrio and surrounding areas. Our web site* and monthly electronic newsletter are also available to help promote the work of local nonprofit cultural, educational, health, economic development, and environmental organizations. EHP also conducts neighborhood tours, coordinates public forums and other projects promoting the neighborhood's culture and history, and maintains an extensive electronic library and collection of photographs, documents, and other materials that are available by subscription or appointment. For more information, drop us an email.
East Harlem Preservation Seeks Volunteers with Community Organizing, Graphic Design, and Media Experience! We invite local writers, artists, community organizers, educators, web and graphic designers, photographers, video editors, and others to lend their talent and materials! Send us an email for more information about volunteer opportunities, or download a flyer.
*Unless otherwise indicated, all materials on this web site and its contents are the property of East Harlem Preservation, Inc. and are subject to copyright protection. The contents of this web site are intended for educational purposes only and may not be bought, sold or traded, and no part of this web site may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without prior written consent. Information obtained from external sources (including materials reflected in direct and indirect links), does not constitute an endorsement of any product, policy, or person. Photos which include celebrities and public or elected officials (whether or not identified) are posted for informational purposes only. Factual or typographical errors on this web site are wholly unintentional. Unaccredited material can and will be attributed upon formal notice and request. Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved.