NOTES FROM HARLEM is a collection of personal photography, videography, and digital art NFTs captured by Sekou Luke throughout the spring and summer of 2020. These images illuminate Harlem's resilience while experiencing both a global pandemic and the racial justice awakening with the Black Lives Matter movement after the killing of George Floyd (May 25, 2020). The collection has expanded to include two iconic images of the actor Michael K. Williams attending the Malcolm X Day March in Harlem, May 2021, as well as a collaborative work by collage artist Kendrick Daye. Added to the photographic journey are video collaborations (HARLEM PARADE feat. Dnay Baptiste [CJ South and Marq Moss, collaborators], MERLINA feat. Liza Jessie Peterson, THE ALPHA HYMN PROJECT, STILL I RISE feat. Chantal Georges and HOLD FAST TO DREAMS feat Malcolm Merriweather) celebrating the collaborative energy and response to these pandemics. Amidst the devastating impact of two pandemics, this body of work affirms that we are a community standing in defiance, dignity, and reliance.