Harlem World Magazine would like to send our condolences to his wife and son. He was man who said what he meant and meant what he said.
Here’s a few of the stories we’ve done on and with Mr. Carroll:
HW Radio Podcast with Rodney L. Carroll
Feature: Why I Will Never be the Same By Rodney L. Carroll Continue reading
Dear my fellow Community Activists:
We need you to join the fight to save CSBG funding for our communities.
As you may be aware, in addition to the current proposal by the President to slash CSBG funding by 50% next fiscal year to 350 million nationally, there are other efforts in Congress to eliminate CSBG — this year! Continue reading
By Rodney L. Carroll
From coaching the Harlem Little League, running for the City Council in 2005 to being a Cancer survivor. Rodney Carroll lives a wonderful life of family, friends and Frappe. Here the father, husband and Harlemite tells his story of survival, a family trip to Greece and the kindness of others. Continue reading
Rodney L. Carroll, a Harlem resident who is being treated for colorectal cancer, won a vacation to Greece valued at $5,000 during a raffle on Thursday, February 11th at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital. The trip is offered through “Laura’s Journeys,” a philanthropic program created by Bill Parness in loving memory of his wife Laura Parness, who passed away at the age of 54 after a courageous battle with breast cancer. This marks the fourth vacation giveaway by “Laura’s Journeys” since the fall of 2009.
Mr. Carroll, 44, won accommodations for six nights in a luxury apartment located in the historic section of Athens. The apartment and Athens airport transportation were donated by Natalie Ashley of greek-dream-rentals.com, who will also provide local travel and dining tips. Mr. Carroll, a social services manager with New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services, plans to travel to Greece with his wife Shirley Aldebol and their 3-year-old son Emilio Carroll in late May. Continue reading