How Enslavers Silenced Black Bodies Of The Enslaved Physically, As The Enslaved Yelled On The Inside (2 Of 4)

By Daseta Gray

Many enslaved African infants and toddlers were forcibly separated from their mothers for years without the opportunity to develop an ego which prevented them from developing a healthy relationship with internal objects. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: How Personal And Societal Issues Intersect The Effect Of Shame From Harlem To Harare

Note: Ms. Grey offers this work as a living document, not complete, and in process. She looks forward to developing the work through dialogue. We commend her bravery in this regard and invite you to participate.
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Join The Infancy Leadership Circle Meeting In Harlem

incancy conference in har;emIt’s a growing statewide movement, bringing together diverse professionals in local communities who work with infants, toddlers and their families to promote high-quality & comprehensive services and become the “Infancy Voice” within broader Early Childhood Initiatives. Continue Reading →

First 2000 Days NY Campaign At the Harlem Book Fair

Harlem book fair flierHW Partner First 2000 Days NY™ Campaign @ the Harlem Book Fair: The journey to literacy for our youngest learners 

Join us as we discuss how social- emotional development, mental health and investing in our youngest learners help chart the path to literacy.  Continue Reading →