Xenu Goes Uptown - Scientology Makes a Major Move into Harlem. But why? - 2007-09-11
Those prices are steep, particularly in Harlem. But for ardent believers who can't afford those rates, there's always the Sea Org, a quasi-military group of workers who sign billion-year contracts, wear naval outfits, and do low-paid work filing papers, answering phones, and anything else that needs getting done. "By setting up in Harlem and offering stress tests in New York City, what they are looking for is workers," explains Ross, whose rickross.com chronicles the many complaints against the church. "I think that people in Harlem need to wake up and know who their new neighbor is."