On August 29, 2011, the line for the Nick Ashford goes home at Abyssinian Baptist Church on 147th Street in Harlem, NY started around 4pm for the 6 pm service. Continue reading
By Aisha Brown
On November 19th, 2009, Harlem World presented the Harlem CARES Bridge to Mentor Power for an Evening of Grace and Thanksgiving to promote the importance of mentoring at risk teens. The event took place at the historic National Black Theatre, where guests were welcomed with a panel discussion. Harlem native, Susan L. Taylor, founder of the National CARES Mentoring Movement and Editor-in-Chief Demetrius of Essence Magazine, shared her compelling story of being a mentor to numerous of teens and the impact she had on their lives.
Harlem CARES Circle Monthly Mentor Training A Call To Commitment To Save A Generation
“Mentoring is all about caring. It’s caring enough to commit just one hour a week to advise and to help guide a vulnerable young person. None of the forces claiming our children’s lives are more powerful than our commitment and love. We are the solution. Won’t you please help?”
–Susan L. Taylor, Founder, National CARES Mentoring Movement
Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of Essence Magazine
Join Susan L. Taylor and your caring neighbors as we reclaim our youngsters. Become a part of the Harlem CARES Mentor-Recruitment Movement, which is asking every able Black adult in our community to help save and secure a young life. Volunteer just one hour a week to mentoring.
Harlem Arts Salon invites you, Sunday, June 22, 2008 , 3 to 5 pm. Come Meet former Editor-in-Chief & Editorial Director of Essence Magazine. Susan L. Taylor author of It’s All About Love. at the home of Margaret Porter & Quincy Troupe, 1925 Seventh Avenue 7L, New York NY 10026.
$25 includes signed hardcover copy of the book food & wine, limited seating.
RSVP – 212.749.7771, e-mail: email@example.com