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Harlem Word: Donte Taylor talks about children’s programs at the New York Restoration Project

Donte Taylor talks about children’s programs at the New York Restoration Project

Harlem Word: Donte Taylor tells us where to find some of the New York Restoration Project’s best Northern Manhattan gardens

Harlem Word: Donte Taylor tells us where to find some of the New York Restoration Project’s best Northern Manhattan gardens

Donte Taylor is the Manhattan Regional Manager for the New York Restoration Project (NYRP). In this article, Donte talks about NYRP’s the different Manhattan gardens that NYRP oversees in Northern Manhattan.

Harlem Word: Donte Taylor shares the history of the New York Restoration Project

Harlem Word: Donte Taylor shares the history of the New York Restoration Project

Healthy Tip of the Week (HTW) July 1-7

HTW # 189 Fireworks have become the main part of many celebrations, such as 4th of July and New Year’s.  The main ingredient in fireworks is an

You could help researchers understand how racism affects health

If you are an African American 18+ years old, living in Harlem or Bedford Stuyvesant you may be eligible to participate in a study on how racism affects health.  The Black LIFE Study will be randomly contacting households in the two neighborhoods in the Fall of 2011.  Participants receive $100.  For more information about the study, see the attached flyer.

Did you know…that you can be prepared for an emergency?


Did you know...that you can be prepared for an emergency?

What is emergency preparedness?

Emergency preparedness is being able to respond to an emergency in amatter of seconds. You could be directed to leave your home/apartment byan official or there could be a fire or gas leak. There are many reasons why you have to be quick on your feet in an emergency.

NYC Dept of Education Hiring New Employees

The NYC Dept of Education is now hiring. The functional title of these new hires will be Incident Intake Specialist in the Office of Safety and Youth Development in Brooklyn NY. If you are interested, please click the flyer above for more information. Good luck!

Volunteer with NYDIS to Support Evacuees

The NYDIS (New York Disaster Interfaith Services) is looking for volunteers (bilingual in English and Spanish preferably) to work at the NYC Hurricane Evacuee Service Center in Spanish Harlem and the office in midtown Manhattan. For times and more information, check the flyer above.

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