The chief operating officer at Harlem Children’s Zone has been appointed to lead the educational and social service organization. Continue Reading →
Get your sneakers, tee shirts, sweat pants and back pack for the Saturday, February 1st, 2014 Open Community Double Dutch Program with coach Malika Lee Whitney. Continue Reading →
By Walter Rutledge
Kwanzaa has become a nationally recognized celebration since it’s in inception in 1966. The concepts embodied in the seven principles known as the Nguzo Saba are universal in today’s society, but were extremely relevant to the civil rights era Americans of African decent; who were rekindling the concepts of self-determination, economic empowerment and social equality as their inalienable American birthrights. It is only befitting that village of Harem (the birthplace of the first cultural renaissance) and the Apollo Theater (one the original beacons of Black entertainment) would present Kwanzaa Celebration- Regeneration Night on Friday December 30, 2011. Continue Reading →
For the last four years the Harlem Children’s Zone has sent students from their Student Youth Employment Program to Harlem World Magazine.
We thought we would introduce you to this years Harlem World Magazine Summer Youth Intern crew: