Ed Bradley is best known for his award-winning work in 26 years on CBS News’ 60 Minutes and as the first African American White House TV correspondent. Continue Reading →
Our scholarship program started in honor of Canon Frederick B. Williams’ long standing service to the Harlem community, his work with non-profits over the years, and his service on the Rockefeller Foundation board of trustees. Continue Reading →
Ever since Socrates declared “the unexamined life is not worth living,” philosophers from Harlem to Harare have been engaged in a passionate debate: What is the good life? What is the nature of happiness, and how can it be attained? Is the development of virtue a prerequisite to the good life? What is the path toward human flourishing? Continue Reading →
July 15, 2015 – Nearly $66,000 was raised by the Harlem community to fund scholarships for underrepresented minorities to attend Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine at the school’s second official “parlor” meeting hosted recently by attorneys John Lynch and Sylvia Khatcherian at their home on West 116th Street in Harlem.
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