Sam’s Club is a social club that was founded in 1926 in the Bronx.
The club was a part of the Black and Brown Social Club in the 1960s and 70s, but has never officially been named.
But its owner has said that the club is still very much a part to the Black community.
The Black community, in fact, has a long history of support for Sam’s, and in fact the club’s founding member, Toni, was a founding member of the United Negro College Fund.
The founding members of Sam’s were black.
Sam’s has been a part and sponsor of many local charities, including the Black Boys and Girls Club, and it has been an organization for decades to benefit the community in Harlem.
Toni said the club has always been a black community club, but in the past, it has had some racism.
In recent years, it’s become a bit more of a welcoming and inclusive environment, but it still is a place that you have to be careful with, she said.
But Sam’s isn’t the only club in Harlem that has issues with racism.
Last year, the Black History Museum hosted an event to celebrate the first anniversary of the establishment of the club, and one of the main speakers, former Harlem resident James Johnson, said the venue was supposed to be a place for black folks to come together to talk about their history.
Instead, Johnson said he felt like he was being “a nuisance.”
When he went, he found that Sam’s had a long-standing and ongoing racism problem.
“It’s still the same old old problem that it’s been for years, the same problems of people coming together to meet, and to discuss their history and to make new friends and have good times and make new memories,” Johnson said.
The museum said that its policy was to not participate in events or events in which they had a conflict of interest, but that they could not guarantee that all events would be free of racism.
“We do not tolerate discrimination of any kind on our premises, we are committed to providing an environment where people can come together and celebrate together in an inclusive environment and we are not prepared to comment on any specific incidents of racism or discrimination at Sam’s,” a spokesperson said in a statement.
Sams Club has been around for 50 years, and its founder Toni says that the owners of Sams have always supported it.
But as the club was going through a financial crisis, the owners decided to shut down, and the club moved to a new location.
Now, it is one of three Black-owned clubs in Harlem, along with the Black Community Club and the Black Arts and Crafts.
The owners of the other two, the Harlem Girls and the Harlem Boys, have both said they are not happy about the club closing.
Tonta says she’s disappointed that the Harlem clubs that have been around since the 1950s are going the way of Sam.
So I feel like that is a real injustice to our community.”