Oct 02, 2017
Roger Wilkins, former chairman and publisher of The Crisis, was the first African American Assistant Attorney General, a Pulitzer Prize winner for Washington Post's Watergate coverage and nephew of NAACP Executive Director Roy Wilkins.
Jul 23, 2017
The Crisis Publisher & Host Judge Laura Blackburne Talks Tactics with Top NAACP Officials on How Communities Can Speak Out on Their Rights. Founded in 1910 by W.E.B. DuBois, NAACP's The Crisis is Oldest African American Magazine Published in US.
Jun 25, 2017
Abigail McGrath, Founder of Renaissance House Writers Retreat, Welcomes People of All Ages to Participate in Dramatic Reading of Frederick Douglass' Historic Speech "What Does Fourth of July Mean to the Negro" at Martha's Vineyard's Inkwell Beach
Apr 24, 2017
Bethune, who was a Friend & Former Assistant to Langston Hughes, Looks at Black Expats in Europe during the Turbulent 1960s with films "Malcolm X: Struggle for Freedom" and "Jojolo," a Glamorous Haitian Model-Actress Living in Paris
Feb 24, 2017
Valerie Graves pens powerful memoir "Pressure Makes Diamonds: Becoming the Woman I Pretended to Be" that chronicles her life from a teen mother to an advertising legend
Dec 03, 2016
The Morrisania Doll Society's 2016 Harlem Holiday Doll Show and Sale on December 3 has over 400 unique Black dolls. Show spotlights over 15 top Black doll artists selling and displaying handcrafted dolls, antique dolls and original ornaments. FREE
Nov 15, 2016
The Morrisania Doll Society's 2016 Harlem Holiday Doll Show and Sale at Dwyer Cultural Center is only event in New York City that spotlights top Black doll artists. Features handcrafted dolls and ornaments from $10 to $1,000. Free to Public.
Mar 23, 2016
Brooklyn Community Services Holds Discussion & Resource Hub "Brooklyn Stand Up! Breaking the Stigma of Mental Illness" at St. Francis College. ThriveNYC study estimates 1 in 5 New Yorkers affected by some form of mental illness including depression
Mar 08, 2016
Princess Chambers founder’s talk on social entrepreneurship inspired students at BCS Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service’s Leadership Speakers Bureau. Over 750 low-income girls have been in Princess Chambers prom program.
Dec 14, 2015
Brooklyn Community Services Wins Brooklyn Community Foundation Invest in Youth Grant for Outreach to Coney Island’s First Generation Immigrant Youth Ages 14 -18 to Join Youth Stand: Coney Island (YSCI) -- A Career, Education and Empowerment Program