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Harlem: Community Milestone

Celebrating the 5-year anniversary of Total Equity Now (TEN), held last night at the very fabulous Astor Row Cafe in Harlem. TEN was founded by Joe Rogers, Jr. and has as its mission, “Empowering Harlemites as active participants and decision makers in advancing educational excellence and equity across our village.”

A few photos** below — but first, don’t forget to:

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TEN Founder Joe Rogers, Jr. getting ready to kick off a presentation highlighting the past 5 years of work

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A glimpse of the artwork around the Astor Row Cafe (I’ve been told to check out the bathroom, that also features some beautiful art — next time!)

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The tasty looking menu at Astor Row Cafe, the hosts for the evening.

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TEN supporters mixing and mingling — a great showing last night!

 

** sorry for the grainy pics — didn’t want to use the flash in people’s faces.

 

 


3 Comments

  1. eNW says:

    really great fotos, LMV. captures the energy and spirit of the evening perfectly!

  2. […] If you’ve read a bit about us, you know that we are engaged in a project with a lot of moving parts, one of which involves a collaborative mentoring approach that we have been developing over the past year. There will be lots more on this to come… but for now, I wanted to tell you about another great mentoring effort happening in Harlem — a joint effort between Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement and Total Equity Now (TEN) (read what we wrote last week about the great work that TEN is involved in). […]

  3. […] and community-based efforts to strengthen the lives of youth across settings, in the form of mentoring, higher education, and arts-infused activism. Learn more about these efforts in these […]

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