Hazel Dukes At MLK Birthday Celebration

hazel dukesHere’s a reminder that the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center New York Support Group will be hosting its 30th annual Dr. King birthday program on Monday, January 19th and you are cordially invited to join us .

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Jobs: ‘Exam Monitors’ Needed In NYC

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The New York City’s Department of Citywide Administration (DCAS) Bureau of Exams is currently seeking residents of New York City who are interested in serving as Exam monitors during the administration of large Civil Service Exams on the weekends in NY City high school and at DCAS test sites. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rep. Rangel Endorsed Councilman Praises African Gov’t Targeting Gays

bronx politicain talks about anti gay1A YouTube video has surfaced showing Bronx Councilman Fernando Cabrera in Uganda praising the leadership of the African country for its socially conservative positions, amid widespread international condemnation for its passing one of the world’s most severe anti-gay laws. Continue Reading →

HW Pick: Mosaic Literary Conference 2014

mosiac book conference2The Mosaic Literary Conference, now in its eighth year, is a great opportunity for teachers, students, program administrators, and parents to learn ways to blend books and reading into the lives of teenagers. Continue Reading →

Seitu’s World: Bronx Week 2014

seitu bx3On Monday, May 5, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., officially kicked off (the Harlem Week inspired) Bronx Week 2014, hosting a party at the Gun Hill Brewery on Laconia Avenue. Continue Reading →

Sharpton Plans Community Meeting Regarding Slave Grave In The Bronx

article-juan-2-1127Federal scientists using sophisticated ground-penetrating radar have bolstered the findings of Bronx schoolkids and their teacher that a long-forgotten burial ground for Indian and African slaves exists in a city park in Hunts Point. Continue Reading →