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SUGAR ON THE TRACK

1. October 2014

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SUGAR ON THE TRACK

Ready set go! TODAY – Wednesday October 2nd, Washington Park Conservancy will be hosting the Integrity House Annual Corporate 5k Run, the largest annual running event in the City. It is an exciting annual event that starts at Washington Park, goes to Lincoln Park, and returns back to Washington Park. Last year the annual event […]

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ROSA PARK STATUE UNVEILING TOMORROW AT ESSEX COUNTY VETERANS COURTHOUSE

30. September 2014

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The Community is invited to the dedication of the ROSA PARK STATUE unveiling tomorrow,  by Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005) was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the United States Congress called “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the […]

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CREATED EQUAL: AMERICA’S CIVIL RIGHTS STRUGGLE Starting Tomorrow at The Newark Museum

30. September 2014

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A Festival of Film and Community Conversation THE ABOLITIONISTS Three-Part Presentation: Wednesdays, October 1, 8 and 15 The Abolitionists vividly brings to life the struggles of the men and women who led the battle to end slavery. Through innovative use of reenactments, this three-episode series puts a face on the anti-slavery movement—or rather, five faces: […]

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Newark Puerto Rican Parade “Autentica” Newark style

29. September 2014

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      On Sunday, September 21, 23014, the City of Newark hosted the 53rd Annual Puerto Rican Statewide Heritage Parade and Festival. Hundreds of residents, business owners, civic and cultural organizations and community leaders marched up Mount Prospect to Bloomfield Avenue.  Miss Puerto Rico 2014, wave to the eager audience.. This year honored guest […]

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Rutgers Newark Homecoming 2014

29. September 2014

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     Homecoming 2014 at Rutgers in Newark served up fun and activities from Sept. 22 –Sept. 27. The annual celebration, brought together alumni, current students, faculty,  staff, the community to celebrate all things Rutgers in Newark. This year the theme was to “Reconnect”. Reconnect with the alumni to the school, and equally important connect the […]

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Street Naming dedication to the late Wesley Tann, Saturday in Clinton Hill neighborhood

26. September 2014

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This Saturday September 27, 2014 at 12:00 o’clock noon, Councilwoman President Mildred Crump will dedicate a street sign to the Late J Wesley Tann II. at the corner of Osborne Terrace and Clinton Avenue in Newark, NJ,  J. The first African-American fashion designer to open a salon on Seventh Avenue in New York City, J. […]

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Oprah’s in The Brick House Tomorrow and Saturday Two day Workshop “Create the life you want.”

25. September 2014

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7 p.m. FRIDAY, 9 A.m. SATURDAY, NEWARK Two days with Oprah Start each day anew. Live your calling. Believe in what you can, and will, become. Create the life you want. Begin your journey at this all-new, empowering weekend gathering. Not only will you see the possibilities of a new life . . . the […]

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Cross-Currents: A Concert of Traditional & Contemporary Chinese Dance with Nai Ni Chen Dance Company

23. September 2014

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On Wednesday, September 24, at 7:30 pm , in Bradley Hall Theater, which is located 110 Warren Street, Newark, NJ 07102 Cross-Currents: A Symposium on Traditional & Contemporary Chinese Dance. Rutger Ethnic studies department will present the Institute’s fall Dance Symposium will feature the renowned New Jersey ensemble, Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company. Nai-Ni Chen will present a full concert, […]

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The 42nd Annual NYUL Football Classic, Exciting game and HBC Tradition make for a memerable event Saturday at the Meadowlands

22. September 2014

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The 42nd Annual New York Urban League (NYUL) Football Classic took place at MetLife Stadium. This year’s Classic will feature Howard University vs Morgan State University. And always in addition to the competing football teams rivalry of the cheerleaders and  marching bands.  The Football Classic benefits the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Scholarship Fund and the educational programs […]

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Artists Who Capture the Immigrant Experience, and the Artisic Side of Dirt, Are All Part of the Visual Arts Scene at Rutgers University-Newark This Year

18. September 2014

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Artistic explorations of the immigrant experience, Rutgers University-Newark student community outreach in India and Tanzania, and the hidden beauty of dirt: These are some of the exhibitions on view this academic year at the Paul Robeson Galleries of Rutgers University-Newark. All galleries are open to the public free of charge. All dates and locations are […]

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