In an important move, the Harlem 125th Street Business Improvement District and the Brixton BID have announced the first-ever Twinning of two such organizations.
Yesterday, GOSO participants, local elected officials, and members of the Harlem community joined GOSO’s CEO, leadership team, co-founder, board members for a ribbon-cutting.
A new report from the American Lung Association finds more than 4 in 10 people (135 million) in the U.S. live with polluted air, placing their health and lives at Continue Reading →
There has been a major push for diversity across a range of sectors and with so much going on it can often seem like some areas of the industry are Continue Reading →
Women Entrepreneurs NYC (WE NYC) asked readers to join their WE NYC, BE NYC, and their partner GameChange to learn about powerful but elusive SBIR grants for women entrepreneurs working on Continue Reading →
Non-parent relatives raising children in New York – disproportionately African American and mostly grandparents – face multiple disparities while performing an already tough task.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the relaunch of Communities Thrive, a $3.7 million, two-year investment in addressing the mental health needs of underserved New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
Meet extraordinary black heroes throughout history―biographies for kids ages 8 to 12.
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