Archive for the ‘Harlem’ Category

Nationwide, the conversation on education is increasingly dominated by teacher accountability, charter schools and test scores. While these things are […]

There is a quiet storm brewing in American schools. While the nation is keeping close watch on health care reform […]

On Tuesday, the New York Times published a story entitled “As Population Shifts in Harlem, Blacks Lose Their Majority.” The […]

This is my reflection on the principle of Ujamaa – Cooperative Economics… The title of the post is a variation […]

Today marks the birthday of the one of the greatest African leaders of all time, the Honorable Marcus Garvey! While […]

Do you know some Black birthers? I bet you do!

One of my favorite portions of Assata are the verses interspersed. In honor of our great freedom fighter Assata Shakur […]

Cornel West and Carl Dix tangle at CCNY on Tuesday night.

This Sunday, in Harlem, find out and discuss the direction for the new Black Left.

Wellness Weekend

March 20, 2009 · 0 Comments

So yesterday I was all existential on twitter, which I rarely do, so today I’ll mesh them on my blog. I’m declaring this weekend “wellness weekend” because I was passed three events happening in NYC that stimulate the psychological, spiritual, mental, and physical. Most are free or low cost. Check them out!