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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, Blog, Education, inspirational

Black Music Month: Historical voice in BLM movement


June is Black Music Month and this year it is more important than ever. Black musicians work is being used to raise awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement. Black Music has always given a voice to those who were silenced by police brutality. Victims Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks and Tony McDade experiences will

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, Blog, commentary, Education, global citizenship

Racism & Identity: Almost 70 years later, Invisible Man still relevant


Introduction from our Founder: “In the mist of an international Black Lives Mater movement, racism, once a taboo topic, is daily International news.. As companies scramble to rapidly alter covert behaviors once accepted, and police departments are called out for their systemic brutality, the novel Invisible Man is presently pertinent. Almost 70 years after its

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, Blog, Education, personal development

4 Reasons Why You Should Start Volunteering Today


Volunteering is not only good for helping your community and building a bond with your neighbors, but it helps you too! It is an amazing way to develop and become an even more appreciative person. Here are four benefits of volunteering that help with your professional journey and personal growth. Volunteering Jump-Starts Your Resumé and

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8-12yrs, Blog, Education, Resources

Michelle Obama reads to children live starting next week!


Parents and teachers of elementary children will get a helping hand from Michelle Obama. During this nationwide COVID19 pandemic, best selling author and former First Lady is hosting a live Read-Along series. “Monday’s with Michelle Obama”, will run on PBS Kids’ and Penguin Random House Facebook pages. In addition, the series will run simultaneously on YouTube channel.

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, career exploration, Education, personal development

Smithsonian Youth Development Program seeks leadership council members


NMAI Youth Leadership Council (YLC) Program Application The Youth Leadership Council(YLC) at the National Museum of the American Indian, New York   is a volunteer and youth development program for high school and college students ages 15-24. LEARN from cool exhibitions, museum staff, artists, and cultural experts to deepen your knowledge of indigenous culture, art, and history!

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18 & over, career exploration, Education, entrepreneurship, personal development, Resources

Fiscal Conduit- A tax-deductible way to raise funds!


Take advantage of Fiscal Conduit Sponsorship options with us! There are many fundraising platforms out here that charge major fees to you, In addition to those fees, your donors receive no benefit from giving you funds.  We have a great legal opportunity for you to raise funds under our program! In addition to a smaller fee,

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18 & over, career exploration, Education, Employment Opportunities, personal development

Essence looking for models 21-35 years old


ESSENCE Live is looking for Black female models for various fashions show segments.  Requirements for Essence Models Seeking models who are sizes 2-12 and ages 21-35 years old. You need to be locally based (NYtri-state area) and available to come to the ESSENCE office for a fitting and to tape the actual segment. Both required

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, civic duty, commentary, Education, inspirational, Motivational (Coaching, Speaking, etc), personal development

Wendell Pierce discusses author debut and humanity


“I have a newfound respect for authors. The hardest part was the writing. The easiest part was also the writing. Once it starts flowing, it’s incredible and comes at the strangest times,” says actor, Tony Award-winning producer, and jazz enthusiast, Wendell Pierce. “Watching a baseball game, you’ve got to stop and find something to write

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