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Boys & Girls Club Of Harlem To Celebrate 40 Years Of Empowering Underprivileged Youth

The lack of accessibility to after-school programs remains an issue in low-income communities across America. The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem has been dedicated to changing that narrative. 758 more words

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Weekend Fix

I used to daydream in coffee shops all the time, and now weeks can go by without going into one. I’ve decided to make “reading in coffee shops” a part of my self-care and that’s what I did all weekend. 59 more words

Harlem Jazz Series - CompCord Ensemble

November 29, 2019 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Composers Concordance presents CompCord Ensemble with ‘Chamber Behavior’. Music was written for an eclectic combination of violin, trumpet, bass clarinet, electric guitar, and tap dancer. 206 more words

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Rainbow Portraits: Gladys Bentley

By Dorian Vos
Artwork by Manet Jagers @ragefruit

Content Warning: Historical homophobia, racism, conversion therapy.

With a deep voice and an energetic stage presence, Gladys Bentley was a talented musician, blues singer and entertainer in the 1920’s. 348 more words

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Quick Temper with Dom Bradley

Dominic Bradley (pronouns: they/them/theirs) is a writer, mixed-media artist, performer, and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Identity is a central theme in their work. Known for their personal essays, Dominic has been published on such platforms as HuffPost, The Body Is Not an Apology, and Rest for Resistance. 158 more words

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Quick Temper with Tania Pabon

Originally from San Juan, Tania Pabón Acosta holds an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Puerto Rico, and an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. 471 more words

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Quick Temper with Samira Sadeque

Samira Sadeque is a Bangladeshi journalist and poet, writing on immigration, mental health, gender. Her work appears on Button Poetry (video), and in No, Dear Magazine, ActiveMuse, In Full Color, among other publications. 279 more words

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