EGL PUD and the NYC Big Brother Big Sister are partnering again to bring the Empowerment Project back. If you are age 14-17 or if you know a girl who is and who might benefit from attending a workshop with Yandy Smith and other prestigious women click the LINK below and get your tickets. Tickets are only $35 for this empowering event! There’s limited spots so don’t hesitate. Registration will close on March 31. We can’t wait to have positive interaction and uplifting discussions with you!
Come out and support CCA's efforts!
This is a FREE personal and financial investment workshop for minority millennials in the Tri-state area
Project Phil is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that educates, feeds and cares for underprivileged students and families in the Philippines. To learn more about Project Phil or make a tax-deductible online donation, please visit ProjectPhil.org.
The New York chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY) is one of the busiest and most dynamic of CAIR’s thirty-five nationwide affiliates, defending, representing, and educating nearly one million Muslims in the New York area. Our mission is to protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.
Organized by the Black Lives Matter of Greater New York Youth Coalition
Celebrate the 5th year anniversary of Purposefully Pretty Inc. in Jamaica, Queens.
BLACK ART MATTERS THE POP UP IS AN INTERNATIONAL TOUR FUNDRAISER CREATED BY AND FOR ARTIST OF COLOR. A PLATFORM FOR OUR YOUTH, ALL GENERATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER US, BUILDING A FAMILY OF CREATORS UNITING P.OC. AROUND THE WORLD. MADE FOR NETWORKING, CONNECTING, EXPRESSION OF SELF THROUGH OUR VOICES, OUR ART, WHATEVER MAKES US HAPPY .
This public discussion will examine the long-term costs and consequences of unequal enforcement of marijuana prohibition in New York and solutions to address the harms caused within the criminal justice and policing realms.
Join us Sunday, October 22nd for a night of dramatic performances, readings, and an art gallery featuring common misconceptions about God's response to oppression. Bridge Church NYC invites you to engage in thoughtful and intentional dialogue on American Slavery and The Church.
This event seeks to serve the needs of both communities by providing information and resources as well as access to organizations working on immigration law and community organizing.
Panel of professionals discussing overall impact of Black Owned Businesses & Employee Resource Groups.
Support Young Life in Brooklyn by getting your tix and joining us for FOOD, DRINKS, and great MUSIC all to help us share the gospel with teens!
Buses depart at 7AM from New York City and Buffalo
Please arrive by 6:30AM
*You must RSVP for a seat*
SAVE THE DATE for the State of Young Black New York Conference! This year's theme is the Art of Justice.