Behind The Scenes: Careers In Music At The Apollo in Harlem (audio)

By Diane Allford

The biggest question overall to the Apollo Professional Career Panelist, was how to make a living while doing what you love, especially when it seems you have to give away so much for free while promoting your music.

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Edmund Gordon Lecture With Vanessa Siddle Walker

vanessaPhotoDid black educators in de jure segregation simply accept the oppressive schooling conditions created by policies in southern states, or did they use the power available through pedagogy, curriculum, and school climates to seek equality? Continue Reading →

The Preemptive Education Conference 2014

Preemptive Ed-4 DaysThe Preemptive Education Conference explores Critical Literacy and Connected Learning through Spoken Word, Hip-hop, Literacy, and Social Justice. Continue Reading →

Columbia’s Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students

hColumbia Pre-Med Program for H.S. Students 
We are currently recruiting high school students from the New York City area for the 2014- 2015 academic year session of the State Pre-College Enrichment Program (S-PREP) at the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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No Longer Empty’s Show “If You Build It” In Harlem

art in harlemOn our 5-year anniversary of presenting site-specific art, No Longer Empty’s exhibition “If You Build It” takes root in Sugar Hill—the legendary epicenter of the Harlem Renaissance. Continue Reading →

When Will You Change Your Disposition?

positivity-vs-negativityBy Daseta Gray, M.Ed, Certified Infant/Toddler Specialist

Disposition means ones attitude, perspective and beliefs.

As an Educator, child care provider, parent and community leader you must keep in mind you are the key to helping to develop young minds. Continue Reading →