Come On Kids, Let’s Go To The Harlem Elementary School Students And Parents Literary Day Parade

On Wednesday, December 4th, 2019, KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep Elementary School hosted hundreds of elementary school students and parents today for the annual KIPP NYC Literary Day Parade. Continue Reading →

8th Annual Harlem Holiday Book Drive, Benefiting Children And Families in Shelters

The heartwarming holiday experience you’ve been waiting for all year–Total Equity Now’s 8th Annual Literacy Across Harlem Holiday Book Drive–is finally here! Continue Reading →

An Announcement From I, Too Arts Collective In Harlem

Dear Friends,

We have sad news to share with you. I, Too Arts Collective will be closing at the end of the year. We thank you for your support over the past three years.

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Cornel West Matters Book Talk With Cornel West And Mahamadou Lamine Sagna In Harlem

The book Cornel West Matters is a review of the titular philosopher’s seminal texts by Mahamadou Lamine Sagna, who has long been interested in the way West analyses politics, democracy, religion and race, and their intersections in America. Continue Reading →

Pioneering Authors Harriet Jacobs And Ralph Ellison To Be Induction Into The American Poets Corner In Harlem

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine will celebrate the life and works of memoirist Harriet Jacobs (1813 – 1897) and novelist Ralph Ellison (1914 –1994). Continue Reading →

Harlem Elementary School Students And Parents Gather For First KIPP NYC Reads Day

On Thursday, October 17, 2019, KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep Elementary School, 625 W 133rd Street in Harlem, New York, played host to elementary school students and parents for the first-ever KIPP NYC Reads Day. Continue Reading →

Children’s Book Authors Celebrate At UES Speakeasy Cocktail Party To Benefit Page Turners

On Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, Champions for Quality Education hosted a cocktail party to benefit the Page Turners program at the popular ice cream shop turned speakeasy bar, UES on the Upper East Side. Continue Reading →

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