Community Events

Trial By Jury: The Case of the N-Word
Afropunk: Unapologetically Black,The African-American Songbook Remixed
Model Behavior with Pat Cleveland and Bethann Hardison

Zoning to Scale: Considering Neighborhood Character
Zoning to Scale: Considering Neighborhood CharacterTuesday, February 28 at 6:30pm
The Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street

Conceived by Department of City Planning in the 1980s, contextual zoning allows the City to regulate the height, bulk, setback, and street frontage of new buildings as a way to preserve neighborhood character. How effective has contextual zoning been in encouraging residential and commercial development that fits in with the scale and character of existing buildings? Are there ways this tool can be improved to adapt to the city’s current housing needs and inherent development pressures? Join us to discuss the impact of contextual zoning on some of New York’s  most iconic neighborhoods.

Musica de Camara Presents Concierto Nocturnal: A Fusion of the Musical and Visual Arts
English Employment Workshop
Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen Vol.10: Still We Rise
MEEE Brochure 2017 drf-2
Five Sessions: A War in Therapy
6th Annual East Harlem Women's Entrepreneurial Forum
 Pride of PRIDA Art Exhibition at ArtSpace 109 - March 17th through April 14, 2017
Natural Hair... Pride or Status?