NEW YORK — Vogue editor at large André Leon Talley will be one of seven honorees next Thursday at the Abyssinian Development Corp.’s Ninth Annual Harlem Renaissance Day of Commitment Leadership Breakfast, a group for whom he has raised roughly $100,000 annually since joining it in 2000.

Due in large part to Talley’s efforts, Seventh Avenue will show a strong presence at the morning event in The Great Hall of Shepard Hall at City College, on the corner of 138th Street and Convent Ave. Also set to be recognized by the ADC are philanthropists Edith and Henry Everett; Mark Willis, executive vice president of community development at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., and Susan Wilcox, Jason Warwin and Khary Lazarre-White, co-directors of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol organization.

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