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African Journey
Essays and Reflections
UYBC Journeys to
the Motherland.


Harlem Us All
This board game, created by Dr. Vicki Gohlson, is based on Harlem, USA

Angel Colon reports on this art form that combines dance, acrobatics, self -defence, music and culture.

African American Day Parade
Angel Colon covers the annual parade through Harlem. View the Slideshow.

Two Kodak Grants go to Harlem Groups
Kodak awards grants to Wadleigh Secondary School, and The Photographic Center of Harlem.

Kwanzaa Speaker Series
The Rheedlen Centers for Families and its publication Harlem Overheard, sponsored a Series of Speakers at the Countee Cullen Community center. A short Excerpt from Nikki Giovanni's poem on Tupac Shakur

Senior Citizens Garden Park
A Park that brings the elderly and youth together in positive ways.

Children's Art Carnival
Three decades of working with kids, teaching art.

Photographic Center of Harlem
Jimmy Belfon and his father have been running this center since 1988 where youth teach and learn in exploring the richness of Harlem.


St. John the Divine-Feeding the Homeless
The World's Largest Gothic Cathedral is also home to many community services, including feeding the needy.





Urban Youth Bike Corps A non-profit year long youth program teaches safety, responsibility and travels the globe to boot.

Youth Action Program
Helping disenfranchised young adults turn their lives around. (Story in progress. Only Pics posted.)

Institute for Youth Entrepreneurship
Empowering youth to become the businessmen and women of Harlemv's future.

Hansborough Recreation Center
There are many activities at this central Harlem recreation center. Class Schedule.

African American Wax Museum
Ravon Chanticleer realizes his calling by creating wax figures, oil paintings, and sculptures of African Americans and history.

Harlem Youth Conference
The Northern Perinatal Partnership, Inc. (NMPP) once a part of the New York Urban League, held a day long Youth Conference in October to help and teach youth to become better parents.

Apollo Theater Pics
Top Dog Show

Amateur Night

Walking Tour
Pictures from a tour of East Harlem

Pictures from the hood.





Get On the Bus,One Year After The MMM
HarlemLivers review the Spike Lee film about the historic Million Man March



Daniel Colon gives his spin on the World Series games.

Angel Colon gives his a one two punch to the Holyfield-Tyson fight.




QUERENCIA: Finding Our Power
Students write about how they regain their power. How Do You?



What's the Fall Flava?
Tiffany Santiago reports from the schools the Ins and Outs of Fall '96 Fashion.


Tupac Shakur: What's the Story?
Reggie Williams expresses his feelings about the tragic death of the rapper/actor Tupac. What do you think? Express yourself, and we'll post it.






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