Weeksville Heritage Center Launches Public Fundraising Campaign To Avoid Closure

Weeksville Heritage Center, a one-of-a-kind historic house museum that brings to life the history of one of the largest free black communities in pre-Civil War America through its arts, culture and preservation efforts, is launching a crowdfunding campaign to close a budget deficit and avoid shutting its doors. Weeksville Heritage Center is the only African-American historic site of its kind in Brooklyn, New York  and preserves the history of one of the largest free black communities of pre-Civil War America, Weeksville, Brooklyn.

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This Bud’s For You, Jackie Budweiser celebrates the Centennial of Jackie Robinson’s birth with “Impact”, a short film on the legacy of an American legend, directed by Spike Lee

The moment Jackie Robinson walked onto Ebbets Field on April 15, 1947, he became an iconic and everlasting figure in American history. Born in 1919, the 2019 MLB season will mark the Centennial of the man that drove positive change far beyond his sport. On MLB Opening Day, March 28th, Budweiser will raise a Bud to celebrate this legendary American, who profoundly changed the sport and cultural landscape of our country, with a landmark commitment to ensure his impact continues. Jackie Robinson once said: “A life […]

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Katrina McGhee’s New Book for Career Driven Women, “Be Bold. Be Brilliant. Be You.” Has Officially Hit the BEST SELLER List,

Katrina McGhee, best-selling author, career strategist and former EVP and Chief Marketing Officer of Susan G. Komen for a Cure, has taught thousands of corporate Americans how to be happier and more successful in their careers. Long ago, she realized that, “everyone deserves to have it all.”  According to the 2018 “Women in the Workplace” study, 62% of the management positions are held by men while only 38% are held by women. McGhee asked herself why this is still the case […]

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Harlem World – Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

The Museum invites attendees join together to march for peace and unite with neighbors  honoring diversity and harmony throughout humankind. Visitors will also celebrate the right to use our voices and demonstrate a desire to live in a fair world through an energetic session of music, stories, and poster-making activities prior to kicking off the neighborhood’s annual March for Peace.   For children and adults The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is a great place to visit all […]

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