REFLECTION + DIALOGUE
We host a variety of programs designed to hold space for people from different racial, economic, and religious experiences. These programs focus on uplifting marginalized voices and allowing members of our community to share their experiences both among themselves and across social/cultural boundaries. Some examples of these types of programs include:
SERVICE, LEARNING + ADVOCACY
We care deeply about service and taking action in our community. Through our partnership with Repair the World, we host regular volunteer opportunities with various service-providing agencies throughout Harlem, including:
The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. serves as a moral and ethical framework for much of our justice and equity-related work. We honor Dr. King’s legacy by engaging in service, learning, and advocacy—not just one day a year, but every day.