Tag: United States

Vote for Somebody – An inspirational song by Harlem Democracy Prep’s fourth-graders

Harlem Democracy Prep’s fourth-graders are featured in a YouTube video “Vote for Somebody, which parodies Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” the students outline that as an American, it’s your “civic duty” to vote on Nov. 6. The hit has

Help Fund Harlem Movie on Kickstarter: “Welcome to Harlem”

A new Harlem renaisiannce is here. One featuring a new wave of people living in harlem, an increase in the amount of attention being paid to Harlem, and utilization of new technology to showcase the richness of the community and

Do What It Takes To Vote – A lesson from Frederick Douglass

A great many states are trying their hardest to make voting harder than it should be for people who might otherwise vote for Obama. Which is why everyone needs to register to vote. Frederick Douglass, one of the greatest orators

HarlemTrends – Get Out The Vote – Step One – REGISTER

The New York Times reports that Obama will win by a landslide ONLY IF everyone who can vote does vote. http://nyti.ms/SyvRBe The first step is REGISTERING TO VOTE. Registering is easy. Use one of two links below. Either one will

TEDxHarlem conference at The Apollo Theatre in Harlem

AN IDEA CAN HAPPEN IN ONE PLACE, BUT THE IMPACT CAN BE FELT SOMEWHERE ELSE. At this first-ever TEDxHarlem conference, New York City’s most innovative thinkers get together to understand, celebrate and explore the topic of Creating Waves – ideas that happen in one place, but