Gladys Carrión, commissioner of the city Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), resigned Monday amid internal investigations and reforms to the agency following the recent deaths of two young boys in Harlem and Brooklyn who had been abused. Continue Reading →
Yes, we know its not Harlem, but CUFFH is hosting a free affordable housing workshop Wednesday for available units in the newest development in Downtown Brooklyn, BAM South.
“Love Jones” was originally released as a movie in 1997, but now it’s back and bigger than ever as a musical. “Love Jones – the Musical,” fuses an A-List musical line with a movie title that is nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. Continue Reading →
Hosted by The Black Institute with The Black Latino and Asian Caucus
Town Hall Forum to discuss access to credit and capital for minority and women owned business enterprises. Continue Reading →
Ah, the weekend… Time to sit back, blare that favorite record, and pour yourself a glass of wine. Right? But wait, there are so many other things to worry about… Continue Reading →
Harlem loves a good party, even if its in Brooklyn (just kidding), but nearly 30 years after “Do The Right Thing,” Spike Lee is still throwing the best block parties in Bed-Stuy. Continue Reading →
To confront the debilitating effect of mental illness on Brooklyn’s low income communities, Brooklyn Community Services (BCS), will host the summit Brooklyn Stand Up! Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness. Continue Reading →
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) announces that Carla Hall, the acclaimed cuisine author and co-host of ABC’s popular lifestyle series The Chew, will be the emcee at the historic 150th Anniversary Kick-Off Gala Our Purpose is Our Community. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
On Thursday, January 7th, 2016, the Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) honored thought leaders and new members at the Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, New York.