Education

Children’s Theatre Company and Bethune Arts Elementary School Forge Groundbreaking Long-Term Partnership

By NEW YORK TREND / June 3, 2024 / Comments Off on Children’s Theatre Company and Bethune Arts Elementary School Forge Groundbreaking Long-Term Partnership

In the fall of 2021, Bethune Arts Elementary School in Minneapolis and Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) embarked on a pioneering partnership aimed at integrating high-quality arts programming across all grade levels. This multi-year collaboration includes in-school residencies, professional development for teachers, family engagement activities, and summer enrichment programs. The 2024 summer camps are funded by…

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Optimum Continues Support for STEM Learning Through FIRST Robotics Competition

By NEW YORK TREND / May 13, 2024 / Comments Off on Optimum Continues Support for STEM Learning Through FIRST Robotics Competition

Optimum, a leading provider of internet, mobile, TV, and phone services, has reaffirmed its commitment to fostering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education by announcing its continued partnership with FIRST, a renowned robotics community. For the sixth consecutive year, Optimum is supporting over 60 high school teams across its 21-state service area for the…

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The Impact of Celebrations on Children’s Emotional Well-being

By NEW YORK TREND / June 19, 2023 / Comments Off on The Impact of Celebrations on Children’s Emotional Well-being

By Eliza Brooks Celebrations are an integral part of our lives, encompassing birthdays, holidays, cultural festivals, and milestones. These occasions bring anticipation, excitement, and a sense of togetherness. While celebrations are meant to be joyful experiences, it is important to recognize their potential impact on children’s emotional well-being. By understanding how festivities impact children, parents,…

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African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, Largest Fund of Its Kind, Announces $3.8M in 2023 Grants

By NEW YORK TREND / June 16, 2023 / Comments Off on African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, Largest Fund of Its Kind, Announces $3.8M in 2023 Grants

In recognition of Juneteenth, the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, announced $3.8 million in grant funding to protect and preserve 40 sites representing African American history. With more than $95 million raised, the Action Fund is the largest resource dedicated to the preservation of African American historic…

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100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. Let’s Talk About It Series Breaking Down Barriers to Mental Healthcare

By NEW YORK TREND / May 2, 2023 / Comments Off on 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. Let’s Talk About It Series Breaking Down Barriers to Mental Healthcare

Hempstead, New York – Black Men from throughout the Eastern New York area gathered in Hempstead, New York on April 19th, 2023 to have a dialogue concerning breaking down barriers to Mental Healthcare.  The panel was the brainchild of 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, and it was comprised of a diverse group of men…

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ONEUNITED BANK ANNOUNCES 13 TH ANNUAL “I GOT BANK” CONTEST FOR YOUTH IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

By NEW YORK TREND / April 27, 2023 / Comments Off on ONEUNITED BANK ANNOUNCES 13 TH ANNUAL “I GOT BANK” CONTEST FOR YOUTH IN CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

In celebration of National Financial Literacy Month, OneUnited Bank, the nation’s largest black-owned bank, is proud to announce its 13 th Annual “I Got Bank!” National Financial Literacy Contest where ten children will win a $1,000 savings account. To make financial literacy a core value of the Black community, the Bank is offering a free “I…

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New Book Survival During the War of Armageddon and Transition into a New World Order now available

By NEW YORK TREND / March 27, 2023 / Comments Off on New Book Survival During the War of Armageddon and Transition into a New World Order now available

National New – New Book Survival During the War of Armageddon and Transition into a new order now available ‘Survival During the War of Armageddon and Transition into the new world order’, is a Quranic-Biblical compilation and narrative from the perspective of the author’s life experience and teachings of Christianity and Islam with special emphasis…

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100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. Inaugural Black History Month Program a Huge Success

By NEW YORK TREND / March 24, 2023 / Comments Off on 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. Inaugural Black History Month Program a Huge Success

On Thursday, February 23rd, 2023 the 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. hosted its inaugural Black History Month program at Jovia Financial Credit Union. The 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. is a newly chartered chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc. Its leadership has a lengthy record of serving Downstate, New…

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Manhattan’s Our Lady Of Lourdes School Welcomes Emmy-Award Winner And Author Linsey Davis For Story Time Feb. 2 For Elementary School Students

By NEW YORK TREND / January 31, 2023 / Comments Off on Manhattan’s Our Lady Of Lourdes School Welcomes Emmy-Award Winner And Author Linsey Davis For Story Time Feb. 2 For Elementary School Students

In honor of Catholic Schools Week, the annual celebration of Catholic education throughout the United States, first, second and third grade students will meet Linsey Davis, ABC News Correspondent and author, who will read her new book The Smallest Spot of a Dot: The Little Ways We’re Different, the Big Ways We’re the Same on Thursday, February…

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Mayor Eric Adams’ Op-Ed: Planning for our Children: Pre-School Special Education, Improved Cafeterias and Halal Meals

By NEW YORK TREND / December 31, 2022 / Comments Off on Mayor Eric Adams’ Op-Ed: Planning for our Children: Pre-School Special Education, Improved Cafeterias and Halal Meals

NYC Mayor Eric Adams. Photo profile picture on Twitter @NYCMayor New York City is justifiably proud of its 3-K and Pre-K programs, which serve tens of thousands of students across the city.  But no program is truly universal if it doesn’t serve the needs of all our students, especially young children with special needs.  These…

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