‘Still Alice’ About Harlem Professor Premiered In NY

hbz-still-alice-lindsay-ellingsonTissues. Lots of tissues. That was the audience’s general request after last night’s screening of Still Alice, hosted by Cinema Society, Montblanc and Dom Perignon. Continue Reading →

NYC Will Provide Free Space For Charter Schools

ExcitedKids600Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration said Tuesday that it would provide free space in public school buildings to a dozen new or expanding charter schools, including 10 run by Eva S. Moskowitz, one of the mayor’s fiercest rivals on the issue. Continue Reading →

‘No Child Left Behind: A Harlem Tale’ Talk In Harlem

Terri-Watson_1Dr. Terri N. Watson, assistant professor in the City College of New York School of Education, is the next speaker in the “Presidential Conversations: Activism, Scholarship, and Engagement.”

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The Day HCZ Headquarters Was Renamed The Geoffrey Canada Community Center

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Photographs by Diane Allford

Can one person make a difference? We think these images from the dedication of the re-naming of the Harlem Children’s Zone headquarters to the Geoffrey Canada Community Center answers that question.

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Science & Health Expo At Frederick Douglas Academy In Harlem

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Mentoring youth in Harlem has been the mission of the Fredrick Douglas Academy as they continue their work n Harlem with the Science & Health Expo At Frederick Douglas Academy on Saturday, December 13th, 2014..

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‘Common Core’ Campaign Targets Parents In Harlem

kids-on-bus-nsn041014One Solution, the creative and branded entertainment arm of Radio One, has entered into a new partnership with the National Urban League in support of the organization’s Put Our Children 1st education initiative.

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