Deadlines Approaching for Free Entrepreneurial Programs At Columbia In Harlem

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Harlem business owners here is the time to be more productive and profitable. Apply for an entrepreneurial program today! All applications are online via links below on the flip at Columbia University in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →

Grad Students Get OK To Unionize At Columbia In Harlem

Columbia-University-grad-students-Ian-Bradley-Perrin-and-Olga-BrudastovaThe National Labor Relations Board has ruled that student teachers and research assistants at private universities are employees and have a right to be represented by unions. Continue Reading →

1 In 5 Uptown Students Experience Homelessness Says New ICPH Report

homeless in harlemIn New York City, one out of every eight, but one in five children are effected in Harlem attending public school in SY 2014-15 experienced homelessness within the past five school years. Continue Reading →

Free School Supplies For Kids From Harlem To Hollis

Oregami-withthe-kids2School supplies can cost a bundle, but families who are in need (or simply have back to school street smarts) can find free gear around New York at the following events (and even online) before send the kids back to school. Continue Reading →

Join The 6th Annual Private School Panel And Fair In Harlem

kidsSummer is winding down and it’s almost time for kids to head back to school and for the private school admission season to begin. Continue Reading →

Bright Co-op Pre-war Wants $645,000 In Harlem

harlem co op1Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline. Continue Reading →

Conversations in Black Freedom Studies: Black Women And The Criminal Justice System At The Schomburg In Harlem

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How do we make sense of the increasing menace of racial terror in America? Is there a pattern to this racial violence? What is the history of this criminalization of black women?  Continue Reading →

3rd Annual Back To School Resource Fair In Harlem

kidsMore than 30 community organizations will participate in the 3rd Annual Back to School Resource Fair, hosted by Tahl Propp Equities.   Continue Reading →

Iconic Artist Keith Haring Mural At Risk In Harlem

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residential building which houses dozens of tenants and a mural by the iconic Keith Haring is in danger of being lost to our community. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Teachers College Announces Findings Of “Who Opts Out and Why?

teachers college in harlemTeachers College, Columbia University today unveiled the findings of Who Opts Out and Why?the first national, independent survey of the “opt-out” movement. Continue Reading →