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Flashback: Integrating Long Island

Flashback: Integrating Long Island

On May 17, 1954, the United States Supreme Court, decided that racial segregation in public schools violated the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. In 1962, this ruling was put to the test, this time in Long Island, New York.

One Man's Learned Journey

One Man's Learned Journey

Although many other chronicles have reduced these decades to the cliched dichotomy of “conformist” vs. “radical” or “square” vs. “hip,” Dickstein’s restrained, modest, and tasteful memoir offers the middle way.

NYC Climate Week: Building Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience

The key issue impeding those leading climate change discussions and innovations is the lack of funding. Activists need investors, new budgeting ideas, certain license and permits, the fight against climate change will need an economic revolution. To address this issue, NYC Climate Week [] held an all day Sustainable Investment Forum [https:...

Lauren's Song

Decades ago, the Berklee College of Music in Boston [] was commonly known as “the Jazz School” or some other iteration of a Jazz Institute.  More recently, it has been a haven for serious students of all styles – Pop, Rock, Fusion, Funk, Hip Hop and every imaginable kind of Latin Music inflection....

Bed-Stuy: A Perspective on Community and Hope

It’s a hot, sunny, summer, afternoon on July 9, 2019; about 88 degrees. On this day, Vaughn Jefferson, AKA The Cure Rater, unveils an original mural honoring the late Dr. Frank Mickens [], a Bedford-Stuyvesant community icon, to a large crowd outside the Ideal Food Basket grocery store...

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