FREE 10 WEEK SATURDAY SCIENCE ENRICHMENT COURSE AT JOHN HENRIK CLARKE HOUSE IN HARLEM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (10th to 12th Grade) Of African Ancestry, INTERESTED IN CAREERS IN HEALTH SCIENCES. Course will run from February 1 to April 5, 2014 Parent or Caretaker Guardian must call 347-907-0629 before Jan 19, 2014 to receive instructions regarding, application and registration and admission. This is not a remedial course. Only 10 highly motivated students will be accepted Parents are welcome to attend all sessions.
Sunday January 19, 2014 BEPAA MASTER CLASS AT JOHN HENRIK CLARKE HOUSE IN HARLEM "Examining Sisters’ Relationships in Today’s Society" By Liz Hender The Board for the Education of People of African Ancestry will host a unique panel to examine and discuss black female/male relationships in today’s society. The venue, the Dr. John Henrik Clarke House, 286 Convent Ave. HARLEM, NY on Sunday, January 19th, 2014, at 3:00 P.M. will provide compelling testimony from Sisters who have lived and experienced the most popular areas of relationships, that is, married, single separated, widowed or divorced. Under the title “Sisters Hold Up Over Half the Sky.” Stacey Yearwood, M.D., Psychiatrist, Sister Lisa Noble, Retail Executive, Sister Sharon Maynard, Administrator and Atty. Moonyene Jackson-Amis will begin an ongoing dialogue to help young women and men unravel the tangled circumstances involved in the development of meaningful personal and family relationships. The forum will be facilitated by Dr. Adelaide Sanford and Sister Betty Dopson . Participants will explore living a single life, single parenting, marriage and divorce from their personal perspectives, including how each handled adversity, challenges and opportunities. Call 212 283-7287 for additional information
An Afternoon with the Fergusons A Homecoming, a Book-Signing and Presentation of The Bio / Memoir “AN UNLIKELY WARRIOR" Herman Ferguson,
Evolution of a Black Nationalist Revolutionary” By Iyaluua Ferguson with Herman Ferguson.
The iconic couple comes back to Southeast Queens to share their experiences of exile in Guyana, Malcolm X, Evolution into Black Nationalist Revolutionaries, what happened in Rochdale Village in the 1960s – and much more. Join CEMOTAP and the Fergusons on: Sunday, January 19, 2014 Time: 3 – 6 PM, Place: CEMOTAP Tel. (718) 322-8454
135-05 Rockaway Blvd. South Ozone Park, New York.