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East New York Youth Can Win Up To $300 for T-Shirt Design Competition for East New York Land Trust

The East New York Community Land Trust initiative is looking for a t-shirt design for the organization. The competition is open to youth...

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NYC Youth Ages 14-24 Can Earn Up To $1,200 Through NYC’s NeON Summer Program Apply By June 15

Submitted by Nikki Lucas New York City has cancelled the Summer Youth Program (SYEP), but the city is launching the NeON Summer Program,...

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‘For Colored Boys’ An Important Song And Message For All Black Boys by Independent Hip Hop Artist KOTA The Friend

KOTA The Friend, a globally recognized Independent Hip-Hop artist from Brooklyn, posted an important message on his Instagram page today....

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Principal of East New York Elementary School of Excellence Appearing Live on VOICES of East New York Sunday May 24

Ms. Janet Huger-Johnson, the Principal of East New York Elementary School of Excellence (PS 677), will be the featured guest on VOICES of...

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EVERYTHING Album by Brooklyn’s KOTA The Friend Debuts At #1 on iTunes Charts

Independent hip-hop artist and Brooklyn native, KOTA the Friend, released his sophomore album, EVERYTHING at 12am Friday May 22. The album...

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New York Giving $421 To Every New York City Student To Purchase Food

by Nikki Lucas via NYC Dept of Education Over the next few months, every single NYC student will automatically receive $421 to purchase...

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VIDEO: NY State Senator Persaud Talks About Tablets for Seniors, Importance of 2020 Census, Marijuana Legislation, COVID 19, Funding for Non Profits and more

Senator Roxanne Persaud of the 19th Senate District in Brooklyn, covering East New York, Canarsie, Brownsville, Mill Basin, Sheepshead Bay,...

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East New York Resident & Teacher Dies From COVID-19 After A Frustrating Journey Through NYC Health Care System

Photo: Rana Zoe Mungin/ wellesleyunderground.com Rana Zoe Mungin, a 30 year old graduate of Wellesley College and University of...

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Richard Buery becomes president of Achievement First charter network

PHOTO CREDIT: Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Matt Barnum on April 13, 2020 Richard Buery, the KIPP...

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21 NYC Teachers Are Among 50 DOE Employees in NYC Who Have Died Due To Coronavirus

photo: Tweed Building – NYC DOE Headquarters As reported by ABC News A food service staffer, a guidance counselor and 21 public...

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