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Harlem is a New York City neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan.
Harlem may also refer to:
- Haarlem, a city in North Holland, Netherlands, from which the American Harlems take their name, in the past usually spelled as "Harlem" in English
- Harlem, California
- Harlem, Florida
- Harlem, Georgia
- Harlem, Illinois
- Harlem, Montana
- Harlem, Ohio
- In Chicago, several CTA stations:
- In New York City:
- Harlem (album), by Shawn Amos
- Harlem (band), an Austin, Texas, indie rock group
- Harlem Yu, Taiwanese singer
- Harlem (Ellington), a symphonic jazz piece by Duke Ellington
- "Harlem" (song), a song by the Danish rock group New Politics
- Harlem shake, a dance originating in the Manhattan neighborhood of Harlem
- "Harlem Shake" (song), a song released by Baauer
- Harlem Shake (meme), an Internet Meme which uses this song as background music. Note that this is unrelated to the Harlem shake dance above.
- "Harlem Shuffle" (song), a 1963 R&B song written and originally recorded by Bob & Earl
- Harlem, a one-issue publication by the Niggerati
- Success Academies Harlem 1 through 5, Success Academy Harlem Central, Success Academy Harlem West, and the former Harlem Success Academy, all now part of Success Academy Charter Schools
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