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Harlem Superintendent of the Year Award

Known as the “Super of the Year” competition, an annual competition to see which supers perform their duties best in their buildings was held in lower Manhattan on Hudson Street by Friedman Management Corp., a real estate developer in Harlem and lower Manhattan.

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ProVoice Challenging Women

ProVoice Challenging Women, a collective of sisters collaborating, meeting and having conversations on information, motivation and the celebration of women, held their monthly meeting at the Harlem State Office Building art gallery.

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CEDAW reception at Cooper Museum

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women was held at Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, 2 E. 91st St., in Manhattan. CEDAW is the only comprehensive international treaty on women rights.

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Pete Carroll, Marshawn Lynch share the same supernest

On the surface, Pete Carroll and Marshawn Lynch appear to be polar opposites, but a close examination of the coach and the player reveal that at their cores, they are anything but contrasting souls.

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Please no more talk: Let Patriots and Seahawks kick off Super Bowl XLIX

Fans are gearing up for the Patriots and Seahawks face-off at this year' Super Bowl.

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Say hey! Willie Mays still contributes to NYC public schools

Hall of Fame baseball great Willie Mays supports P.S./M.S. 46–Arthur Tappan School with donations to the school's music and arts programs.

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Olympians prepare for round two in super 400 meters at NYRR Millrose Games

This year’s NYRR Millrose Games promises to be one of the best ever and features the likes of Olympic gold medalist in the pole vault Jenn Suhr, world champion hurdlers Jason Richardson and David Oliver and 2014 World Indoor 800-meter leader Ajee Wilson.

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Jah-Leah Ellis fulfills her hoop dreams at College of New Rochelle

As a kid, Jah-Leah Ellis says she didn’t have much interest in basketball. Now, she is receiving accolades for her play.

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Bully-Proof Diva: Three things you need to know about the impact of bullying in the workplace

Bullying doesn’t just happen on the playground.

Have you read a good book lately?

Christina Greer encourages us to read one good novel this year, and offers some suggestions.

A dream interrupted: Black America’s economic decline a betrayal of King’s legacy

While a major thrust of King’s movement was to eradicate legal barriers to full participation in the American enterprise, his push for economic empowerment has been largely ignored, much to the detriment of those in whose name he fought and died.

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Rev. Herbert Daughtry: The celebrated sage

Rev. Herbert Daughtry will be at his very own historic honored Jan. 31 at the House of the Lord Church in Brooklyn. There, dozens upon dozens of community, faith, and business leaders will assemble at 2 p.m. to celebrate the life and legacy of “The People’s Pastor.”

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The ‘bully-proof diva’

After being bullied during childhood and later on in the workplace, Traciana Graves is giving people the power to be “bully-proof.”

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ASALH kicks off Black History Month

New York State members of the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History will present their annual ceremony.

The Year of the Black Woman

Mutale Nkonde launched the campaign “Year of the Black Woman, 2015,” in part of a 365-year series of online and in-person events to sustain fiscal development in the African and Latino American community.

Protecting Innocence Campaign launched

Pastor Donovan Larkins, founder and president of Spirit of Life Christian Center, Shekinah Ranch and the Shekinah Ranch Foundation, launched the Protecting Innocence Campaign to prevent sexual victimization in children.

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Loretta Lynch deftly handles Senate Judiciary Committee

At the beginning of her appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday morning, Attorney General-designate Loretta E. Lynch delivered her opening statement.

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Imhotep's Guide To Black Events

Imhotep's weekly guide to black events.

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‘Je Suis Jean-Claude’

“Yes, my friends. I guess we are all Charlie. Praying for a better world … Love, Jean-Claude.”

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The Super Bowl drum (sticks)

Chicken drumsticks are always a hit, and they are perfect for a Super Bowl gathering because of their easy one-hand eating. Here’s a simple, easy and quick recipe.


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