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 Candice’s Sickle Cell Fund hosts 12th annual scholarship luncheon

Antun’s in Jamaica, Queens, hosted the 12th annual scholarship luncheon for Candice’s Sickle Cell Fund.

Alice Coachman, an immortal Olympian

It isn’t often that this column is devoted to either the living or the recently departed, but it would be absolutely criminal not to suspend the usual guidelines and give the space to a woman who holds a unique place ...

President Obama Announces New Commitments for "My Brother's Keeper" Initiative

The President will speak at the Walker Jones Education Foundation Center in Washington D.C today about the new commitments he has in store for his initiative, "My Brother's Keeper."

National Action Network’s Youth Move holds auditions for ‘Nations Sons’

Monday, July 14, the National Action Network’s Youth Move opened its doors early to welcome auditions for “Nations Sons.” The play, which paid tribute to our lost brothers Trayvon Martin and Sean Bell, among others, aimed to teach Harlem’s youth ...

United Negro College Fund's acceptance of millions from Koch brothers leads to Union split

The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), one of the largest labor unions in the country, has decided to end their relationship with the United Negro College Fund because the group accepted $25 million from the Koch ...

Financial Workshops Target Women Investing in Their Future

The Independent Woman, a company focusing on sharing advice that helps women reach financial independence, is hosting four financial workshops in the New York area from July 23rd to the 26th.

Young Achievers’ 2014 graduation dinner

The Metro-Manhattan chapter of the Links and Alpha Gamma Lambda Chapter Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity held the 15th annual “Graduation Dinner in Celebration of the Class of 2014” at Melba’s Restaurant in the Harlem State Office Building.

New York Gov. Cuomo allocates millions for low-income college students

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is prepping new ways to assist low-income college students, and Tuesday he allocated the $3.2 million College Access Innovation Grant that will be used to increase college enrollment and completion rates among low-income students across the state.

The Brown men and Paul Robeson

Lawrence and Lloyd Brown were not related by blood as far as we know, but they had one thing in common: their kinship to the great Paul Robeson. Given his enormous genius, Robeson realized his deficiencies, which was another part ...

Wayside Future Leaders Scholarship Program holds award ceremony

The Wayside Future Leaders Scholarship Program held its third annual scholarship dinner and awards ceremony on Saturday, June 28 at the Wayside Manor. This year’s theme was “Prepared for a Purpose.”

Singer and dancer Florence Mills was the ‘Queen of Happiness’

A few weeks ago while doing a profile on the great pianist and composer Eubie Blake, I was reacquainted with the short but brilliant life of Florence Mills, who starred in Blake and Noble Sissle’s musical “Shuffle Along” in 1921.

Malcolm X’s daughter discusses African holocaust

Last Thursday, Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of human rights icon Malcolm X, spoke truth to power during a Juneteenth commemoration at the African Burial Ground in lower-Manhattan.

Dr. Muriel Petioni Charter School open house

Grace Congregational Church of Harlem will hold an open house for parents so that they can learn about Dr. Muriel Petioni Charter School (DMPCS), which was named in honor of the late Muriel Petioni, who passed away at age 97 ...

Links host Community Partnership Forum

The Community Partnership Educational Seminars Series’ final spring forum, “The Most Important People to Have in Your Life, as You Age Gracefully,” commenced on May 29 at the Brookdale Center for Aging at Hunter College/CUNY.

Blossom teaches young girls confidence and self-esteem

Through the use of group discussions and interactive conversations with mentors, the Blossom program aims to help young people gain confidence and value self-esteem.

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