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Febuary 13th, 2006

Nice, interesting website at HarlemLive. I admire young men and women who are interested in journalism and the history of their community. Life can be hard in the inner city. There are lots of negative influences out there. I admire people who overcome the odds against them. I wish good luck for Harlem in the future. Harlem has had it's ups and downs throughout the years. The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920's was innovating and groundbreaking. Harlem is undergoing a second Renaissance of sorts. I admire young, socially aware, concerned citizens like myself and Harlem Live. Good luck in life for y'all at Harlem Live.

Steven E. Fisher


Posted January 13, 2006

I was very interested in your story on Sis. Souljah. Although I am unaware how long it has been posted as I just discovered your site, it was informative and detailed. I know that often times Souljah’s views can become distorted but it is good to know that no matter what she says, you all will print it and show your love. Thank you for putting something out there for black women about black women.. We need more positive sites like yours to go on and explore. Many black women are still in search of their true selves and need assistance to find it. That assistance can be found at the Shethang site. As an up and coming writer, I constantly look for avenues to learn more about what is going on outside of my “hood.” Much love and respect.

Thank you!

LaKenya Huddleston


Posted May 1, 2003

From Adrienne Jerome@earthlink.net

Recently, I saw the editors of your website at a conference for Youth
Activism at Columbia University. I just want to say that organizations like
yours are what give the rest of the youth hope. You guys started it to be
able to express yourselves without any censorship. I appreciate what you
guys are doing and have done. In the community that I live in, youth have
next to no voice in what goes on. Recently, a bill was vetoed that would
have made a theater and art wing for the high school, rebuild a school whose building is almost condemned, and make some serious renovations on others.This bill was vetoed, of course, by adults who couldn't give two shits less about how well the town's students learn. They're all either so old, they don't have kids in the school system, or they're so rich, they can afford to send their children to private schools. The youth in my town and the city next to us who can't go to some fancy private school, get stuck with falling down buildings, awful curriculum, and no appreciation of the arts. When I saw what you guys had done to express yourselves without censorship, it made a deep impression on me.
Don't ever stop trying,
Julia Jerome
Ama poldora, Aman tel' Seldarine, ar' tira ten' rashwe tyara harwar.

Posted may 1,2003

From  Massimo Rania@pubblicitaspazio.com

HI GUYS THAT'S MAX FROM VERONA, A CITY WITH 274000 PEOPLE IN ITALY ...
I FIND YOUR SITE SURFING THE NET, I LOVE U.S., NYC THE MOST!!
I FIND YOUR SITE VERY COOL AND IMPORTANT TO HAVE A CULTURE ABOUT PEOPLE ON
NYC .
U KNOW,IN ITALY, WHEN U SPEAK ABOUT NYC, WE HAVE ONLY THAT TYPE OF VISION:
CAOS, POLLUTION, BRONX(WITH THAT KILLED PEOPLE) AND SO ON..
THAT'S BAD...REALLY BAD..
I WROTE , AND WRITING, LOTS ABOUT NYC, HARLEM, MANATTHAN..ETC..ETC..
THAT'S NOT TRUE...I THINK NYC, HARLEM FOR FIRST, MAYBE A NICE PLACE TO
LIVE,TO HAVE FRIENDS, TO STUDY, TO HAVE A GENERAL CULTURE AND SO ON...
I HOPE TO COME THERE VERY SOON, JUST ONE TIME IN MY LIFE,
I WAIT A MAIL, IF U WANT.

Posted May 25, 2002

From writedmc@iamnow.net  
Subject: Thank You

To the Staff and Contributors of HarlemLive:
 

My name is Denise.  I'm interested in social issues, justice and equality and wanted you to know I appreciated reading some of what's on your site.  It's obviously a great force for change, inspiration, and community strength.

I don't know who I would be without our artists, thinkers, believers, philosophers, musicians, writers, and so on.  I can't imagine a world without the likes of Lauryn Hill, Alice Walker, Nina Simone, Dionne Farris, James Baldwin, Langston Hughes.  I could go on.  Sowing the seeds of future open hearts and bright minds is to everyone's benefit.  Keep going, keep yourself on your path and know that people you may never meet believe in you.
 
Sincerely,
Denise M. Colby 


Posted Dec. 7, 2001

From Shomo@hotmail.com

Hello my name is Corey. I just read the poem on the HarlemLive website and I thought it was outstanding! I would like to commend the author, you have spark an interset in me to consistently become more aware of the truths that strictly divide our lives. Thank you.

Read the Story




Posted Nov. 10, 2001

From Cyreeta- Taz80283@aol.com

I was definately impressed by the work put out by everyone involved. I was looking up info about black solidarity day and stumpbled upon Harlemlive. I am happy to see something like this out there and only want to be apart of it.

Keep up the good work.



Posted May 24, 2001

From Daniel Harty - Birmingham, England - Daniel@driver.co.uk

Hi my name is Daniel Harty. I am 21 years old and I am from Birmingham, England. I work for a car company in the estimating department. I came across Khalid's web page by accident and realized that their is a lot of positive things happening in New York for young black people. I once wanted to be a computer technician like Khalid was but I was told that it is a hard business to get into without the appropriate grades. It's good to see that in a America kids have the help of organizations like Harlemlive to live out their dreams. PEACE!!


Posted Feb 17, 2001

From Qua- Email: QuaDigga78@aol.com

I was turned on to HarlemLive by a friend who thought that because of my vision to start a youth oriented website I should check you guys out. I did and was simply blown away by the amount of hard work that is put in by such a young staff. Keep doing what you're doing. Keep up the good work!


Posted Feb 17, 2001

From Kerly Suffren- Email: INSONDUBOIS@aol.com

This is Kerly Suffren, one of the old members of HarlemLive. I am writing this letter to share with you and all of the members of HarlemLive how extremely proud I am of you all. Over the years I watch a dream unfold. I clearly remember HarlemLive operating out of Columbia University (those were the days), where at time we struggled and worked almost endlessly to get things done. I witnessed how a dream, a desire was transform me into something spectacular. You all should be very proud of the work that you've done. As a member I can attest to the following: in many ways HarlemLive have held shape and mold me into the person that I am today. As a journalist and the PR person for the group I was always on duty, even when I wasn't in the office.

I am delighted to say that I participated in the making of HarlemLive. Beyond having my work published, HarlemLive instilled something in me my own parents fail to do. The desire to explore, to inquire, to seek answers and learn to deal with people are among the many lessons that I learned.

As the group embarks to Rome, I felt so excited for you and the others that accompanied you. I remember being in the same spot once and that feeling is still with me today. I log on to the site eagerly to see the progress you guys were making overseas,and I was never disappointed. I smiled at the pictures and love reading the stories.

In closure, one of the most important things that HarlemLive has taught me is how to give back and how to say thank you. While reading the letter that you wrote to your sponsor, I felt passionate to say thank you to not only you but also every one that was there from day one. You guys have continued the legacy. You all paved that path and help bring to life a dream. I thank you deeply for being faithful members of HarlemLive. I thank you for your creativity and eagerness to seek answers. In conclusion keep in mind of the opportunities that Harlem Live offered you, keep in mind about the ways it altered your life. Implant in your spirit the many ways it made you a better person. In return take that lesson and change the lives of others and life in your community. Although I am overwhelmed in writing this letter, I fear that you all have already done what I said, but just in case please keep it in mind.

Forever a Fan of HarlemLive


Posted Feb 16, 2001

From Gil A - Email: Leigharvie@aol.com

Absolutly a great web site!!! Very informative! I`m looking foward to visiting Harlem one day. Keep up the good work!!!


Posted Feb. 1, 2001

From Hanif Sumner - Brooklyn, New York - Email: bklyns_finest@hotmail.com

Wow. First i would like to congradulate everyone who works at harlemlive. It is the perfect web site for NYC's youth. I think you've done an excellent job at producing an online publication. Along with the fact that it is run by youth from all over the city is remarkable. NYC has so much talent i am not surprised. Yo i don't even think brooklyn could have done it better. Good lookin' out.


Posted Nov. 29, 2000

From L. W.- KSU, Kansas

My name is L. W., and I am a student at Kansas State University where I am a student in journalism and mass communications. This summer, I worked for the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System. I researched and wrote about famous Kansans for their annual report. While searching on the internet, I found your site, and was surprised at the in depth article written about Langston Hughes' life by Nicole Farrow. To the best of my knowledge, it is a well-researched and clearly written piece that was an interesting read. I was also impressed with Harlemlive as an organization.

Keep up the good work!


Posted Nov. 29, 2000

From Brian Stafford - Canada - Email: brian.stafford@cescom.ca

I for one am looking forward to seeing football played by our women athletes so we can experience the passion of witnessing a group of dedicated athletes who aren't messed-up by multi-million dollar contracts and who continue to play in obscurity for the love of game...and the true fans. Another source of information and thoughtful opinion providing us with a window on the world is a welcome addition to our society.

Good luck with your publication.


Posted Nov. 29, 2000

From Pamela Hales (ELS) Email: p.hales@elsevier.com

I just wanted to thank you for doing such a great article on " The Collector's Box". I am sorry that I did not have the pleasure to meet the both of you, when you did the interview with my son. Contrary to what we hear about today's youth, there are some positive and talented young people, which represent our neighborhoods. Keep up the good work! Always remember a mind is a terrible thing to waste.


Posted Sept. 29, 2000

From Patrick Band - Santa Rosa, CA - sirbateman@hotmail.com -website www.solidmag.org

Wow, You guys really have us outdone. I commend you on a job well done. I would love to tell as much as I can about you guys. After all, we both have the same mission, to improve the lives of those in our community. Till I hear from you, again Cheerio!


Posted Sept. 29, 2000

From Chris Zippel - From Germany Axel_N@t-online.de

Your web is very interesting. Reading HarlemLive I get more News about African American people than other websites. But my english isnęt very good so I'll stop here.


Posted Sept. 28, 2000

From Pamela Hales - Owner of "The Collector's Box" - E-Mail:p.hales@elsevier.com

I just wanted to thank you for doing such a great article on " The Collector's Box". I am sorry that I did not have the pleasure to meet the both of you, when you did the interview with my son. Contrary to what we hear about today's youth, there are some positive and talented young people, which represent our neighborhoods. Keep up the good work! Always remember a mind is a terrible thing to waste.


From Neil Barnhart - E-mail: barnhart@aps.edu

Hello, I teach at Eisenhower Middle School in Albuquerque, NM, and I just wanted to tell you how much my class has enjoyed your website, especially the writing. We are a diverse culture down here in the SW, but Harlem is a long way in more than distance. Thank you for sharing yourselves and opening some doors.

from Roman, Louisiana - Email: ctn01542@centurytel.net

I am a 16-year old junior who attends Welsh High School. I am the sports editor of my town's newspaper, The Welsh Citizen, for three years running and I am ready to begin my fourth year there. As a fellow member of the press I would like to just say job well done! I enjoy visiting your website as much as I can. You all do a great job. It is great to see that I am not alone in this world when it comes to wanting to be focused on a positive task. My hat goes to you all on a job well done, great job. I enjoy meeting people on the web and making new friendships so any of you peeps can hit me up at ctn01542@centurytel.net . Since I saw everyones pic here is mine oh yeah and by the way the Yankees, Knicks, and Jets all suck! Peace

 


from Miguel Flores, Mexico - Email: floco@acnet.net

I would like to contact African-American friends because I represent a new Organization in my Country, the Afro-Mexico Association that try to improve the conditions of life of African-Mexican comunities; specialy in the mexican state of Guerrero, near Acapulco. I would like about you and your work, and know that you have a lot of good friends in Mexico and in all the Afro-Latin America. Please forgive my redaction mistakes. Nice to meet you, thanks and good look ! sincerily your friend Migue Flores.


from Luis,Sao Paulo, Brazil - Email: rmattos@attglobal.net

I come from a country where Education is not a priority, that's why your site really got me. Ideas like your online paper tell me what kind of people will be in charge in a near future of our existense. The site is amazing, featuring that being gifted is not a matter of social position. ....your site also brings up people's citzenship and fundamental moral values of respect and mutual acceptance....and that's great.


From Mark

I'm an American, from Boulder, Colorado, now living in Tokyo. I saw the report on CNN International on Monday February 14. Just wanted to say I think what you're doing is pretty cool and wish you the best of luck!


From Kurt Buche Email: Kurt Buche

That was a great story kid. keep up the good work. There is a news white-out outside of newyork on the reaction in new york to the diallo verdict. I found your web site today and hungrily read every word. what is going to happen on Sunday. are other marches planned. what is Sharpton going to do. does he have a web site. what are the preachers saying in their churches on sunday. what are the kids saying in school on monday. Will kids skip school to go to protest marches. Who is getting arrested and are they being released immediately or are they holding them. How racially diverse are the protestors. What are kids in Africa saying


From Clemens Mewald Email: cl.me@aon.at

Hi, I heard about Harlemlive on CNN. I was very surprised, that some guys (or women) started such an action in Harlem. I'm from Austria and visit a "computer-school." What I wanted to say is, go on doing, what you did till now. Sorry about my English.


From Jose Stephen Email: grizlie11@hotmail.com

L.S, My name is Jose Stephen I am a 35 year old libririan on a high school in Amsterdam the netherlands(Europe). This Saturday I will visit harlem. I would like to compliment you guys for your site.


From A Teacher in New Jersey Email: The ReeseMS17

Hello, I am a high school teacher at Midland Park High School in New Jersey. I have just visited your site for the first time and I wanted to let you know how impressed I am with all of the hard work and effort that you have put into each story that I read. Is there anything in New York that you don't cover! I was primarily impressed with the personal accounts of students who were out in the field. Keep up the good work! I will definitely be returning and will share your site with my friends.


from Chrsitina Lagdameo Email: anonymous@newschool.edusss

I would like to get the youth in my community involved in your organization. please contact me at the chelsea-elliott i have a dream program: chrsitina lagdameo


from J.Poschner Email: Kta22@aol.com

You are doing a great service to your community and country. If more people would get involved like you, the country would absolutly be a better place for everyone. Keep up the good work.


sfrom Sebastian Westphal, Berlin, Germany Email: swest@zedat.fu-berlin.

I'm sebastian from germany. i just read about your web-project in a german economy magazine, and was overwhelmed. I think it's awesome what you guys are doing, and i wish you all the best for the future. hopefully, a lot of kids will get jobs one way or the other through this project. I'm well aware that i'm pretty far away here in germany, and that i can't do a whole lot for you guys, but carry on!!!!


from Mark in Tokyo, Japan Email: @hotmail.com

Just wanted to say I think what you're doing is pretty cool and wish you the best of luck!


from Brett Chance, Louisiana Enail: 107@bellsouth.net

This page is great, i'm a 16/m from Louisiana who was always raised to not even thing about harlem, as a place of going. This site has really changed my attitude about it. It's amazing how you all work together and do this it just hits a chord or something, because it's not like you see something everyday like this. I'm very proud of you guys and thanks for letting me know the real truth about Harlem. With most gratitude thanks for the enjoyment and letting me know the real world just a little better.


from Mr. Adrian ISRAEL Email: universal.universal@surfree.net.il

I want to say that today I saw on CNN the report on HarlemLive and after the report, I visited the site, and I can say that HarlemLive is a very fantastic site, and a will return to him every day, because it's a very very very wonderful web site.


from Germany Email: 101.254906@germanynet.de

Just saw your site,when I was surfing around the net,so I want to tell,that you girls and guys seem to do a very good job,it`s interesting to see,what`s going on in Harlem! Have a good time and Hi from good old Germany:Hartmut!


from Chi-Kin Nam, Lincoln, UK Email: Chi-Kin.Nam@city.lincs.sch.uk

Hi, I saw your work on CNN dot com on Sunday 12th and I think that what you all do is fantastic. I'm from Lincoln, UK and I am tring to start up something similar involving some school friends. Wishing you the best of luck for the future.


from Phillip Brame, Germany Email: Phillip.Brame@ramstein.af.mil

Hello young ladies and gentlemen, my name is CPL Brame and I am emailing you from Germany. I am a US Soldier and I have been soldiering in one way or another for 25 years. The TV station (AFRTS) here ran a segment on your Miracle project there in Harlem in recognition of Black History month. I just want to congradulate you on a job well done and to thank the folks who made that project happen. I have heard of a group of fighting men from Harlem know as the Harlem Hellfighters, they were very instrumental in bringing about the liberation of many jews from the concentration camps of world war II. I know that if you could research and write about this group of men, you would do those men of honor a great service along with your country. You would also do your community a service by bringing to light a piece of Black History that Has been kept in the dark.


from Serge, Belgiun Email: serge@varidex.com

Today i was wathcing CNN dot COM, and i must tell, wath you guys doing back there is just great. I hope your work will be appreciated. I think that a project like this should be possible all over the world.


from Colm, Walsh Ireland Email: cbreathnach@tinet.ie

hello there saw news piece on CNN on satelite in Ireland. Keep up the good work yours Colm Walsh


from Chris, Germany Email: Christian.Hinrichsen@uni-koeln.de

Saw a report on a TV magazine show a couple of minutes ago. Dialed your page and I'm truly impressed... Whatever some morons out there say about how useless such a place/program might be-- this is a great initiative and you're learning something productive. And what's more important: You're active in developing your community. My respect.


from Pavel, Germany Email: prichter@hotmail.com

Hi folks, I am from Germany, and so it took some more days before CNN put the footage about your project in its international program. But I found it very interesting to hear about what you do and for whom and how you do it! Allthough I have been to New York a couple of times, I have never visted Harlem (what seems to be a mistake now). Therefor I am not familiar with your community and lack the knowledge to comment on the stuff that is on you Homepage. But I would like to encourage you all to keep this great work going - it pays back (in a emotinal way, a community way and - a financial way as well)!! Keep it going!!


from ROBIN L. STOCK, PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA Email: robinls@eastcape.net

HI GUYS! HARD TO BELIEVE, BUT I AM FROM PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA. CAUGHT YOUR PROGRAMME ON CNN THIS MORNING, SUNDAY, 13 FEB 2000. SEEMS YOU HAVE SOMETHING GOOD GOING THERE. MAYBE YOU GUYS COULD START A SATELITE DIVISION IN SOUTH AFRICA. PERHAPS BILL GATES WOULD PROVIDE THE SOFT AND HARDWARE????/ BEST REGARDS ROBIN STOCK.


From John Marcus Email: John.Marcus@HomeStore.com

I just recently viewed the piece on CNN about your website and its great to see all the great work that you are doing. I wish I had that type of chance at your various ages you currently have. This is the age of opportunity, now's the time, turn it into a career! John Marcus (San Francisco) If you want to check out the companies web site I work for it is Homestore.com


From Mark Collins Email: m.g.collins@worldnet.att.net

Hey, I saw you guys on CNN and I got a mjor boost! Fantastic! I am proud to see my young brothers and sisters making moves with technology. I appreciate your efforts and will soon be in a position to contribute to your efforts. You keep on keeping on! Great web site! Let me leave you with a bit of knowledge I live by. What you do for yourself today, you do for all of us tomorrow. What you achieve today, is the foundation of the future. And what you believe is possible, will be! Sincerely Mark Collins - President of MCP (an independent company helping people see the world from a different perspective.)


From Randy Brown, Chattanooga, TN Email: "\R&B\"m.g.collins@worldnet.att.net"

Hi, Just a quick note from a 47 year old white guy in Tennessee(not all of us are "hillbillies" down here), to let you know that I sawthe report on CNN tonight, and was moved to tears (happy tears) at what's up at Harlem Live! Though you'll probably get thousands of e-mails like this as a result of your exposure on national TV, I do hope someone reads this one and extends my heartfelt encouragement to all the kids and staff at Harlem Live. And I dare say if there's a prettier young lady on earth than Miracle, I have yet to see her. :-) Y'all are an inspiration to others. You have my most sincere best wishes!


From Kurt Buche Email: kurtdb@earthlink.net

I SAW A QUICK SEGMENT ON CNN. I TURNED TO THE COMPUTER RIGHT AFTER THE SEGMENT ENDED. I GREW UP IN NEW YORK AND NOW LIVE IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA. I THINK THAT WHAT YOU ARE DOING IS WONDERFUL. MAKE SURE THAT YOU THANK YOUR MENTORS DAILY; THEY ARE REACHING THE HIGHEST HIGHS. I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD GIVE ME SOME ADVICE ON INTERGRATION OF CHILDREN IN GENERAL. OUT HERE JUST BEING DIFFERENT IS CHALLENGING TO SAY THE LEAST. SOME ECONOMICALLY CHALLENGE, SOME SOCIALLY CHALLENGE,SOME DIFFERENT BACKROUNDS THAT DONT PROVIDE THAT LIFESTYLE THAT SOME OVERLOOK AS TYPICAL FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE WELL OFF.(SOUND MIND AND BODY, EXTRA HELP, AND KNOWLEDGE OFLANGUAGE) TO BE TOTALLY UPFRONT OUR SCHOOL IS OFF BALANCE. KEEP MAKING KIDS STRONG! THAT IS THE BEST WORK OF ALL!


From Rgc Email: G7775@aol.com

Just saw the newstory on CNN about your site. It is very nice; I love it. I noticed in the newstory they interviewed someone who was trying to say children need to focus on reading, writing and arithmetic. I think this site shows the amount of skills you used in reading, writing, geometry and arithmetic as well as artistic and creative skills. All of you have done a beautiful job. Please stay connected to the world wide web and keep advancing your skills. Don't let anyone turn you around. You don't need to respond to this e/mail ... Keep up the good work.


From Paul Rigas Email: prigas@cpros.com

I have been following this tragic [Amadou Diallo] story through traditional media outlets. It is refreshing to see how "Harlem Live" has gotten into the guts of the city. Although I'd like to see some captioning under your photographs, they are well done exploring the visual feelings of many concerned people. Keep you your honest journalism and very good reportage. Best regards, Paul Rigas Photojournist Grants Pass, Oregon


From Kent F. Kruhoeffer Email: k.kruhoeffer@worldnet.att.net

Dear HarlemLive! Congratulations to ALL of you for the great and noble work you're doing for the neighborhood kids ! I wish I had begun at that age! May you have continued success and fun working with computers, the Web and the kids too...my hat's off to you! The future payback of your efforts is immeasurable.


From Suzaye Email: suzaye@aol.com

I saw your piece on CNN tonight.Congratulations on all that you are doing! I am doing a charity website (www.kidscharities.org) and I think we may be able to assist one another. KidsCharities.org is a "mutual fund" of children's charities and kids are going to play a very larg part in it . Please contact me at suzaye@aol.com if you would like to discuss this. Regards, Sue Shifrin-Cassidy Founder of Kids Charities


From Carlos Castillo, Indianapolis, Indiana Email: CCasti9980@aol.com

My name is Carlos (Charles) Castillo and believe it or not, but I was born in Harlem some fifty or so years ago at the Harlem Hospital on September 6, 1949 and lived on 110th Street. I grew up with my grandparents and moved to the then Polo Grounds projects in the Bronx, over by the then, Polo Grounds baseball park where I think the Yankees and Giants played.

We then moved to Brooklyn's Williamsburg section and then to Bed-Stuy. So much for that, I now live in Indianapolis, Indiana. I was watching CNN this evening and was very taken by the great things you kids and staff are doing there. I just wanted you to know that it makes me proud to see the youth of today doing something constructive with their life. I which these things were around when I was growing up there in the City. Good-luck and God-bless. If there is anything I can do for you from here in Indianapolis, let me know. Take care and keep up the fine work.


From mIchelle thomPSon, Las Vegas Email: punkasschelle@webtv.net

I love your web page. I learned about through the CNN interview which sure a lot of people have. I will be checking the news more often through you


From MD STEPHENS, Texas Email: MDSTEPHENS@aol.com

Saw your article on CNN. Cool site. Even us Texans appreciate good work.


From Tony Klebenow, Hamburg, Germany Email: tony.klebenow@gmx.de

Hi there, I'm Tony (22) from Hamburg, Germany. I've just read an article about "HarlemLive" in a german buisness publication ( "Wirtschaftswoche"). They write about the advantages of the internet besides e-commerce. I do not know why exactly, but I'm very interested in Harlem since a very long time. I lived in the States for one year, well in Wisconsin. I stayed in Minneapolis, Chicago and Washington D.C. bur I've never made it to Harlem. Well, threre is still time to come. The idea of your homepage is great. It's a fantastic opportunity to show the rest of the world what Harlem is like. Especially I thank you for the articles, features and photos from Harlem. From now on, I will be updated about your area and the people around you. I thank you and wish all of you just the best.


From Luugi Marsan, Montreal, Canada Email: l_marsan@ece.concordia.ca

Hi, I'm a young black computer engineering student living in Montreal, Canada. I saw you guys on CNN today. I just wanted to encourage you to keep up the good work.


From Michael Little Email: michael.little@internet.co.nz

I have just seen you guys on CNN over here in New Zealand. I am a web designer myself, and was very impressed with what your organisation has achieved. The education system here in New Zealand could learn a lot from you guys. I will make sure to keep updated with your newsletter. Anyway, have fun.


From Bob Davidson, San Diego Email:bobwar@san.rr.com

Sitting here in San Diego, I took some time to see your site after watching CNN. It is truly fantastic. I feel like I am there! I especially liked your 42nd Street pics. Keep it up!


From Jonathan Leake, Vancouver, BC, Canada Email: jleake1@home.com

Hello, Saw you guys on CNN on Saturday, I was impressed and just wanted to send an email to say hi and just let you know that you were very inspirational to many people. it is good to see a program achieve the success and excitement that Harlem Live has generated. I support you with my best wishes and will keep checking the web site.


From C. Chamberlain, Global Village, Germany Email: GlobalVillage@t-online.deGlobalVillage@t-online.de

Dear Harlem relatives, We saw your effort on the CNN programme and want to maintain contact with you. Are you interested to operate outside America , especially to jointly develop a project for Africa? Hope to hear from you.


From Myrahill2000 Email: Myrahill2000@aol.com

I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy the website. I came across it by accident when I was trying to see if the Figure Skaters in Harlem has a website and no such luck. (Perhaps it's Figure Skating in Harlem). But I happened to see your website link from Altavista and decided to click on that link. What I like especially was the staff going to Sweden. It's great to see people in Harlem are showing to the world that Harlem and the African-American youths do positive and influential things. Please keep up the good work.


 

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