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The Incarceration Epidemic

How we’re priming some kids for college — and others for prison Witnessing violence or dangerous behavior can have a

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A White Guy Named Carlos?

Turning Ignorance Around As of 2014 there were 55 million people of Hispanic descent living in the U.S. However, the

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“Heights” Hits The Silver Screen

Believe it or not, it’s been almost ten years since “In the Heights,” hit the stage. Finally, it’s slated to

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Getting Kids Off the Slide

The “Summer Slide.” is a well documented learning loss that takes place when low-income students do not participate in structured summer programs.

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Bias Is Alive & Well

The Link Between Bias and Behavior Kids from immigrant families must navigate influences from a variety of sources as they

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To Our Generous Friends & Family

Welcome   “But the seed on good soil stands for those with a noble and good heart, who hear the

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The Reviews Are In….

Mi Historia, Mi Corazón is a runaway smash hit! ! “The production quality was so high, and the actors so funny,

Read More May 12, 2016

Why Mentors Matter

Mentoring More Important Than Education? People, especially youth who feel marginalized by socio-economic status or ethnicity, tend to disconnect from

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The ART of Education

State of the Arts in Education Just two years ago, the lack of arts education in New York City schools was

Read More April 28, 2016

Operation Exodus Produces Plays Written By Inner City Kids!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Operation Exodus produces plays written by inner city kids! Released on: April 11th, 2016 Author: Julie McGarvey

Read More April 13, 2016